What is Future Outlook for GMO Labeling in the US?
The battle for GMO labeling rages on, with a growing number of American states considering legislation. What developments are on the horizon in 2015? In the absence of mandatory labeling, what voluntary schemes are gaining popularity? How are food brands and retailers providing greater transparency to consumers?
Such issues will be discussed in the North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit, hosted in San Francisco on 21-22 January 2015. Click here to receive the conference program.
Food traceability session
GM labeling is featured in this dedicated session. Topics include...
> GM labeling update & future movement
> US market for GM-labeled products
> Traceability certification schemes
> Transparency in supply chains case study
> Verification tools for traceability & authenticity
> Providing transparency at retail
> Consumer behavior towards GMOs
Who should attend?
The summit is designed for key stake-holders in the food industry, including...
- Food & beverage companies
- Ingredient suppliers
- Retailers & distributors
- Packaging companies
- Certification & inspection agencies
- Industry organizations & associations
- Investors & financiers
- Other stake-holders
Sponsorship & exhibition
The summit will be attended by senior executives from the food industry, enabling sponsors to target key decision-makers. A limited number of sponsorship / exhibitor opportunities remain. More details are on the web page
About the summit
Since 2009, the Sustainable Foods Summit has been discussing leading issues the food industry faces concerning sustainability and eco-labels, such as Organic, Fair Trade, Rainforest Alliance, etc.
Organized by Organic Monitor, this is the 5th North American edition of this international series of summits. More information, including previous summit testimonials is available here
See the pictures of the 2014 North American edition of the Sustainable Foods Summit here
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