Our next meeting will be held on February 23rd, 2017 at Maggiano’s Little Italy, King of Prussia, PA


2017 Regulatory Update


We are very excited to have Amy Tatelbaum, Manager of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs from the National Confectioners Association  in Washington, as our next speaker.

National Confectioners Association

With a new administration in place, what will food and nutrition policy look like? Labeling of genetically engineered foods will continue to be a focus of federal legislation while state developments such as Prop 65, taxes and slack fill will become more prevalent. The nutrition facts label final rules have been released by FDA and include new requirements to disclose added sugars and maintain records. All of the major final rules for FSMA have also been released and manufactures are now moving into the implementation phase.



Amy Tatelbaum is NCA’s manager of scientific and regulatory affairs. Amy has a degree in food science and has been working in public relations at FleishmanHillard for the past two years. She supports outreach on balance, moderation and responsibility to the nutrition policy thought leader community. Additionally, she will help monitor nutrition policy developments and support outreach and communications to members on navigating policy and regulatory issues.

The cost of the evening is $65 or $30 for students.

Maggiano’s Little Italy
205 Mall Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406

5:00 — Social hour with cash bar and appetizers
6:00 — Speaker
7:00 — Dinner served family style
(Vegetarian and gluten-free options will be available.  Please indicate on RSVP form)

Space will be limited. Please RSVP by clicking on this link, no later than February 17th.

Special thanks to our meeting sponsors:

McCormick & Company and Ingredion Inc.