Should nanomaterials be listed on food labels?

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Should nanomaterials be listed on food labels?
Why is Tesco the only major retailer to use carbon footprint labels? Should nanomaterials be listed on food labels? Do shoppers really care about country of origin labelling? What does 'clean labelling' really mean, and how consistent are retailers' policies on it?

Join the debate at Front of Pack 2011​ - a new conference from Food Manufacture - exploring what the food label is for in the 21st century and how you can use the limited space available on pack to engage with your customers (and comply with the law).

A must-attend event for anyone involved in food labelling, from technical managers and regulatory experts to marketing managers, NPD teams and nutritionists, this conference will cover everything from sustainable palm oil to carbon footprints, 'clean' labels and traffic lights.

It will also provide a detailed update on how EU legislation from the EU Food Information Regulation to the health claims Regulation and Novel Food Regulation will affect your business.

Speakers​ include experts from Nestlé, Eversheds, Which? DEFRA, The Food and Drink Federation, the Provision Trade Federation and the Food Standards Agency.

Date​: March 10th, 2011

Venue​: De Vere Venues West One, London, UK

Click here​ to see the full programme​ and book your place.

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