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FOOD LABELING & FOOD SAFETY PLANS (HILO)

Mar
12
2020
Thu 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales

There are many food entrepreneurs in Hawai‘i offering a variety of products who are not aware of the many regulations that are required in food labeling. The Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA) requires most manufacturers to comply with new nutrition labeling and food safety plans. There are also existing food regulations which businesses need to be aware of. The State Department of Health is requiring all food manufacturers to have at a minimum, Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point ( HACCP) plan. This class will provide practical tips and information on: *Label Content Requirements *How to Prepare a Food Safety Plan *Basic Food Safety Plan Elements Attendees can sign up for a free consultation after the workshop. Fee: $25 Online registration by March 10th at www.hisbdc.org Fee: $30 Walk-in Fee is non-refundable unless the workshop is canceled by SBDC. For more information contact 933-0776

Speaker(s): John Nakashima, RS, PCQUI - Food Safety Services Hawaii LLC Nina Ann Tanabe, MS, CFS - Pacific Food Technology LLC


Fee: $ 25.00

Phone: 808-933-0776

Location

Hawaii Innovation Center
117 Keawe St. Hilo, HI 96720

 

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