Menu Labeling and other Food Labeling Laws—What do we have a right to know and does it matter?
Mitchell Hamline Health Law Institute is hosting a CLE on menu labeling.
This CLE will provide an overview of federal, state, and local laws relating to food labeling, including nutrition facts panel disclosures, calorie disclosures and warnings on menus, claims made on labels, and other labeling issues. Presenters will explain how these laws developed, highlight the constitutional issues they implicate, and summarize the peer-reviewed scientific research around food labeling and to what extent they impact consumer behavior. The presenters will discuss the role of science, as well as touching on how evolving First Amendment jurisprudence, preemption, and politics impact current labeling debates.
- Sarah L. Brew – Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
- David P. Graham – Senior Counsel, Dykema Gossett, PLLC
- Julie Ralston Aoki, Director Healthy Eating & Active Living, Public Health Law Center
- Kimberly Wingfield – Director, Science Policy, Labeling and Standards, Grocery Manufacturers Association
- Sarah Gollust, PhD, Associate Professor, Division of Health Policy and Management, Univ. of Minnesota School of Public Health.
Approval is pending for 2 CLE credits.
Registration is free, unless CLE credits are needed (code is GRAHAM).