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Food Labeling for Food Producers Workshop

ImageTek Labels partners with UVM to address State and Federal Labeling Requirements, Digital Printing and Specialty Media.

ImageTek Labels, a PCM Company, will collaborate with The University of Vermont to host a Food Labeling for Food Producers workshop at the UVM extension office in Brattleboro VT. The event will be held Thursday, April 18th, 2013 from 1-3:30 p.m., with same day registration available. The charge to register is $10 per participant and includes course materials, refreshments and label media kits.  This event is appropriate for all individuals interested in food production and packaging.

State and Federal food labeling requirements can be very confusing for food producers and processors. This seminar will help to clarify regulations for producing and packaging food products. A brief overview of the guidelines that apply to nutritional labeling will be addressed. In addition, an overview of digital label printing and harsh environment labeling i.e.; freezer storage and high temperature.

About The Presenters:
Londa Nwadike, PhD is the Food Safety Specialist with the University of Vermont Extension Service. She works with Food Processors throughout Vermont to improve the safety of their products, particularly value-added processed food products and meat.

Alicia Baker, Marketing Coordinator for ImageTek Labels works to educate and inform food producers about the regulations pertaining to food packaging and labeling. She is well versed in specialty food processing and package labeling and label printing best-practice techniques.

Who Should Attend? Anyone interested in selling food products in any venue.

Registration: Register online by April 16th at http://foodlabelingbr.eventbrite.com

Questions: For more information on the course, please contact Alicia Baker
at abaker@pcmanufacturing or call 802-885-6208 ext 268

*This project is supported in part by the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program of the national Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA, Grant # 2011-49400-30500