Introduction to European Novel Food Regulation (UK)

£195.00

The e-learning course introduces the concept and regulatory basis for European Union (EU) novel foods, discusses the analysis of the novel ingredient status and outlines the procedure for novel food applications. The course will offer key points of the two possible pathways for approval: the full novel food procedure and the traditional food from third countries procedure.

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Description

Introduction to European Novel Food Regulation is an e-learning course that introduces the principles of the novel food regulation in Europe under the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). The content will provide guidance on the regulatory authorization of food and supplement ingredients in Europe, and key points of novel food applications.

The course is applicable to any business interested in selling a food or ingredient considered novel by European Union regulation, meaning not consumed in a significant amount prior to May 1997.

Learning Objectives

•       Understand the regulatory basis for EU novel foods

•       Determine the status of an ingredient or food under EU novel food regulation

•       Identify the process for a full novel food application

•       Identify the process for a traditional food application

 

Intended Audience

Regulatory, R&D, marketing and other staff from businesses interested in selling a food or ingredient considered novel by European Union regulation, meaning not consumed in a significant amount prior to May 1997.

Estimated Completion Time

Two Hours

Participant Certificate

A certificate will be provided by FoodChain ID after completion of the course.

Class Developers

The scientific and regulatory affairs experts at Nutraveris, a FoodChain ID company. Nutraveris is available to provide further consulting expertise based on company-specific needs. Please contact us for more information.

The e-learning course will remain accessible for 90 days following purchase