Labeling Regulations for Dairy Products Workshop

 
Sorry, this workshop is full and registrations are closed.
 

Course Overview

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin will host a regional workshop entitled “Labeling Regulations for Dairy Products Workshop”. As new products appear on the marketplace it’s important for dairy processors to accurately describe products per Wisconsin and federal requirements. Understanding basic labeling requirements is essential to brand protection in today’s marketplace.

The course, offered through Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin in conjunction with the International Dairy Foods Association, focuses on practical skills that can be applied to your facility. Your instructors for this course will be Michelle Matto with Adam Brock from Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin providing additional support. We may have an additional guest speaker for this course!

Additional courses will be offered in the future so please keep an eye out for additional course offerings!

Course Prerequisites

A solid understanding of food plant operations is required for this course. Some exposure to labeling regulations would be helpful but is not necessary.

Course Topics

  • Overview of labeling regulations
  • Labeling claims
  • FDA revised Nutrition Facts Panel
  • Serving size updates
  • Overview of serving size and labeling formats

Learning Assessment

Learning will be assessed throughout the duration of the course so participation is mandatory. The course will include some exercises that must be completed prior to leaving the course.

Continuing Education Credits

There are no formal CEUs for this course. Attendance and successful completion of the course could be applied to numerous professional certifications from organizations such as the American Society for Quality, American Cheese Society, Institute of Food Technologists, and Research Chefs Association.

Course Details

This one day course, sponsored by Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin, is open to all Wisconsin cheese and dairy companies. Attendance will be limited to the first 20 registrants, so please register early. The course will begin at 8:00 AM and end no later than 4:30 PM. Cost of the course will be $175 and will cover registration, all materials, lunch and breaks each day. Due to popular demand, DFW reserves the right to limit the number of attendees to 1 per company per location.

 
Tuesday
December 3, 2019

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin
8418 Excelsior Dr.
Madison, WI 53717
608.836.8820
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Lodging

Lodging is not included in the registration fee. Please make your reservations directly with your selected provider. A few recommendations are below:

Dining

Dinner is not included in the registration fee. A few recommendations are below:

  • Biaggi’s Ristorante Italiano – (Italian) – 1611 Aspen Commons, Middleton, WI 53562 608.664.9288
  • Compadres Mexican Restaurant – (Mexican) – 1900 Cayuga Street, Middleton, WI 53562 – 608.203-8332
  • Louisianne’s Etc. – (Creole) – 7464 Hubbard Ave, Middleton, WI 53562 – 608.831.1929
  • Dhaba Indian Bistro – (Indian) – 8333 Greenway Blvd, Suite 100 Middleton, WI. 53562 – 608.203.8822
  • Takara 88 – (Sushi) – 1900 Cayuga Street, Middleton, WI 53562 – 608.203.8866
  • Oliva – (Mediterranean) – 751 N High Point Rd, Madison, WI 53717 – 608.831.7776
  • Craftsmans Table & Tap – (American Fare) – 6712 Frank Lloyd Wright Ave, Middleton, WI 53562 608.836.3988

Contact

For questions regarding these or any other courses, contact Adam Brock at abrock@wisconsindairy.org or 608.575.9585.

We look forward to your attendance and participation as we work to ensure Wisconsin continues to be a leader in dairy food safety!

 

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