Institute of Food Technologists: Food Policy Impact: Keeping abreast of the latest developments in food laws, regulations and policy initiatives is absolutely critical for being compliant and anticipating “that ‘next step.’” Every year, the Washington DC IFT section coordinates the Food Policy Impact, providing attendees the opportunity to hear from, and network with, officials from regulatory agencies along with leading attorneys and industry leaders.
To access some of the presentations given during the 2017 event, please click on the corresponding links below. A copy of the agenda can be found here.
|Overview and Update on Current CFSAN Activities||Susan Mayne, Director, FDA – CFSAN||CFSAN Update|
|FSIS 2017 Policy Update||Daniel L. Engeljohn, Assistant Administration, OPPD, USDA FSIS||FSIS|
|NIH Initiatives in Nutrition||Paul Coates, Director, NIH Office of Dietary Supplements||NIH|
|The Food and Nutrition Board: Past, Present and Future||Ann Yaktine, Director, National Academy of Medicine, Food and Nutrition Board||Food and Nutrition|
|Panel: Labeling of “Healthy” and “Natural”||Mary Christ-Erwin, Partner, Porter novelli; Shirley Blakely, Nutrition Consultant, Blakely Associates; Janet Collins, Senior VP of Science and Regulatory Affairs, CropLife America; Tony Pavel, Senior Food Lawyer, Cargill||Panel: Healthy, Natural|
|Whole Genome Sequencing: A Case Study for Scientific Policy||Jennifer McEntire, Vice President, Food Safety & Technology, United Fresh Produce Association||WGS|
|FDA’s Draft, Voluntary Sodium Reduction Guidance||Kasey Heintz, Nutritionist/Consumer Safety Officer, FDA – CFSAN||Sodium|
|GE Labeling Guidelines||Martin Hahn, Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP||GE Labeling|
|AHA Sugar Guidelines for Children||Jennifer Weber, Director, Kids Market, American Heart Association||AHA Sugar|
|Regulations for the Labeling of Dietary Fiber in the Nutrition and Supplement facts Labels||Paula Trumbo, Director, Nutrition Programs, FDA- CFSAN||Dietary Fiber|
|Nutrition Facts 2.0: The Good, the Bad, and the Uncertain||Beth Johnson, Principal & CEO, Food Directions, LLC||Nutrition Facts 2.0|
|2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and USDA B-24 Month and Pregnant Women Program||Maureen Storey, Principal, Maureen Storey, LLC||2020 Guidelines|
Institute of Food Technologists: 2016 Food Policy Impact: To access some of the presentations given during this event, please click on the corresponding links below.
|CFSAN Update||Steven Musser, Deputy Director for Scientific Operations, US FDA||Musser|
|FSIS 2016 Policy Update||Daniel L. Engeljohn, Assistant Administration, OPPD, USDA FSIS||Engeljohn|
|Election Year Legislative and Regulatory Food Politics 101||Kailee Tkacz, Director of Food & Nutrition Policy, Corn Refiners Association||Tkacz|
|Balancing “Food” Business and “Food” Policy||Mike Greene, Vice President, Government Affairs, Council for Responsible Nutrition||Greene|
|Welcome to the New Normal||Linda Eatherton, Partner/Managing Director Global Practice Development & Director, Global Food & Beverage, Ketchum||Eatherton|
|2015 Dietary Guidelines: Implementation Issues||Kris Sollid, Director, Nutrition Communications, International Food Information Council||Sollid|
|2020 Dietary Guidelines for Infants and Children- Opportunities and Challenges||Sylvia Poulos, Manager, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs, Infant Nutrition Council of America||Poulos|
|Food Safety Modernization Act: Implementation and Industry Preparedness||Sanjay Gummalla, Vice President, Regulatory and Technical Affairs, American Frozen Foods Institute||Gummalla|