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Free Webinar: Understanding the FDA's Gluten-Free Labeling Rule Part 2: Focusing on Compliance

 

Join NFCA as we conclude the two-part webinar series breaking down the FDA's rule on gluten-free labeling. Building on the first webinar's explanation of what the rule means for people with celiac disease and other gluten-free consumers, this second webinar will focus on questions about rule compliance and the consumer's role in the process.  

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For more information on the FDA's rule on gluten-free labeling, including NFCA's Gluten-Free Labeling Fact Sheet and part one of the FDA webinar series, visit www.CeliacCentral.org/FDA.

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Sponsored by Penford Food Ingredients, this webinar is free of charge!

When: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Where: Your computer

Time: 2 p.m. EDT/ 11 a.m. PDT

Guest Speaker: Suzanne M. Wolcoff, MS, RD, Senior Regulatory Review Officer, Labeling Regulations and Implementation Team, ONLDS/CFSAN/FDA

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