Engredea is the definitive trade show that encompasses the world of ingredients. Co-located with Natural Products Expo West, Engredea brings together a global community of leading suppliers and manufacturers to source new ingredients, packaging, technologies, equipment, and services in the nutrition industry.
Venable's Food and Drug, Advertising and Marketing and Intellectual Property attorneys, who rank among the nation's top legal thought leaders with decades of FDA and marketplace experience, will be on-hand to exchange ideas and provide legal and regulatory insights.
Connect with Venable attorneys on the Engredea exhibit show floor at booth #294.
Also, be sure to join Venable partners Todd A. Harrison and Claudia A. Lewis for an informative panel discussion on product claims.
Friday, March 6, 2015
1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. PT
Anaheim Marriott – Grand Salon AB
Session Title: cGMPs: Understanding the Private Label Distributor’s Responsibilities under the Act and Regulations
Todd A. Harrison
Claudia A. Lewis
Description: Do you rely on a third party to manufacture your dietary supplement products? Long gone are the days that a dietary supplement private label distributor can rely solely on its contract manufacturer for good manufacturing practice (GMP) compliance. From FDA Warning Letters to the recent New York Attorney General actions, it is clear that the responsibility for the quality, content, and safety of dietary supplement products lies with the company whose name appears on the product label. Learn what exactly the regulators expect from companies that rely on third parties to manufacture, package, and/or label their products. And gain valuable insight into ways that quality agreements can be used to detail expectations and responsibilities and to make your compliance easier.
In addition to Venable speakers Todd A. Harrison and Claudia A. Lewis, the following Venable thought leaders will also be present at Engredea: Andrew F. Pratt, Ari N. Rothman, Heili Kim, Stefan J. Kirchanski, Miguel A. Lopez, Daniel S. Silverman, Kristen R. Klesh, Matthew S. Poliner and Bety Javidzad.