Getting it Right with...Canadian Nutrition Labelling...New Rules and More! Knowledge Exchange [Pre-Recorded Webinar & & Asynchronous Learning Practicum
Part 1: Getting It Right with Canadian Nutrition Labelling, Knowledge Exchange and Asynchronous Pracitcum (Pre-Recorded)
This knowledge exchange portion of the webinar will focus on learning how to design a new Nutrition Facts table in compliance with current and new Health Canada regulation amendments to nutrition labelling. Food labelling expert, Gary Gnirss, will exchange his expertise and knowledge of these newest developments in an informative manner.
Part 2: Getting it Right with Plant-Based Foods, Asynchronous Learning Practicum
This is a recorded step-through training session that guides attendees on answering the worksheet questions provided with the course. It also explores the content covered in the Knowledge Exchange Webinar Recording (original broadcast date May 12, 2020) in view of actual label examples and instruction. The recording will also feature some of the most common FAQs in previous sessions.
You will learn:
- More about the new requirements for nutrition labelling, exemptions, and declaration of core nutrition and additional information in the new formats
- The finer points of the new Nutrition Facts table (NFt) format details and how to display its content properly
- What NFt format sizes may or may not be eligible for use in for foods and packaging
- How the Available Display Surface (ADS) influences NFt formatting, location and orientation in the new regulations
- How to effectively use the new Compendium of Templates for Nutrition Facts Tables
- About available resources that helps you better work with the new rules
- How to use the new reference amounts tables to determine a serving size and how to declare the serving size in an NFt
- How nutrient values are calculated and rounded using the new regulations
- To appreciate CFIA’s compliance tolerances for nutrient values
Our aim is for you to be comfortably refreshed in your understanding of the new rules.
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