This conference is aiming to give you an insight on Green Claims and sustainability labelling. You will be familiarised with EU Initiatives concerning sustainability labelling, with the impact for existing national regulations and existing sustainability labels, with sustainability claims in practice and the latest jurisprudence.
At this Online Conference you will receive tips on how to avoid getting overwhelmed by the increasing requirements. Learn how to use Green Claims and sustainability labelling safely, including labelling without complaints, judgements you should know and statements you may use.
Overview on EU Initiatives concerning sustainability labelling
Impact for existing national regulations and existing sustainability labels
Sustainability Claims in practice and latest jurisprudence
The topics in this conference are relevant for regulatory, marketing, scientific and legal professionals throughout the food supply chain who want to keep up-to-date on the latest developments impacting the food and food-contact industry in Europe.
Sectors that should take part:
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Bärbel Hintermeier, German Cereal Processing, Milling and Starch Industries’ Association (VGMS), Germany
Levke Voß, law firm meyer.rechtsanwälte, Germany
Gaëlle Saint-Jalmes, lawyer and founder of the law firm Qolumn, France
Fiona Vening, Compliance Officer, Stichting Reclame Code, The Netherlands
Shafik Asal, ECO2 Initiative, France
Dennis Uieß, ClimatePartner, Germany
Manuel Schuh, Nestlé, Germany
Levke Voß, law firm meyer.rechtsanwälte, Germany
Trends and case law
Cesare Varallo, LegisLAB, Italy
ECO2 Initiative, France
Shafik Asal is a Co-Founder of ECO2 Initiative, an environmental consulting company created in 2006 and located in Paris. Shafik is responsible as a Managing Director but he focuses also on eco-design training and he is in charge of the sustainable food department. Besides that he is a Co-Founder of Etiquettable, the first collaborative app for sustainable food and the co-founder of the Eco-score project.moreless
German Cereal Processing, Milling and Starch Industries’ Association (VGMS), Germany
Bärbel Hintermeier is a passionate Food Lawyer and just founded her own law firm LEKKER Partners together with her colleague Franca Werhahn. Previously she worked as a lawyer at meyer.rechtsanwälte in Munich for several years where she advised national and international companies in the food sector especially on marketability of innovative products labelling and advertisement and crisis management. In 2021 she joined the German Cereal Processing Milling and Starch Industries’ Association (VGMS) where she was responsible for food law quality and safety topics and coordinated questions on sustainability. She still supports the association.moreless
Law Firm Qolumn, France
Gaëlle Saint-Jalmes is a Partner and Co-founder of the law firm Qolumn in Paris and has been practising for more than fifteen years in the field of product law, for French and international clients. As a lawyer and then in-house counsel, Gaëlle Saint-Jalmes has developed specific expertise in food law and regulation (nutritional and health claims, labelling, food supplements, crisis management, etc.) as well as in other consumer goods regulation such as cosmetics, in product safety and sustainable development issues applied to consumer products.moreless
Manuel Schuh is Public Affairs Manager at Nestlé Germany. He is responsible for environmental topics with a focus on climate change and circular economy. Additionally, he is in charge of the preparation of the annual CSR report and stakeholder surveys of Nestlé Germany. In 2018 he left Lanxess to join Nestlé.moreless
Dennis Uieß is an Economist and has been the Head of Research and Development at ClimatePartner in Berlin since 2020. He joined ClimatePartner in 2008 and is responsible for the ClimatePartner’s labelling scheme “ClimatePartner certified”. Together with his team he monitors regulatory developments as well as new standards and norms in the field of carbon accounting and carbon neutrality.moreless
Cesare Varallo is a Food Lawyer in Italy and a Global Advisor on food safefy, food labelling and food regulatory issues. In 2013 he founded the blog foodlawlatest.com and since 2022 he is a Partner at LegisLAB. He works at the intersection between science, law, business and social sciences. He teaches food law-related matters in several universities in Italy and abroad.moreless
Stichting Reclame Code, The Netherlands
Fiona Vening is a Lawyer and has been a Compliance Officer at Stichting Reclame Code in Amsterdam since 2013. She is responsible for the Compliance department and member of the management team. She provides advice and training on how to advertise responsibly, monitors whether advertisers follow the recommendations of the Advertising Code Committee and is involved in the development of special advertising codes. She also works closely with international colleagues through the self-regulatory organizations EASA and ICAS. Earlier she joined the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Dutch Publishers Association and Binoq Atana.moreless
law firm meyer.rechtsanwälte, Germany
Levke Voß is an Attorney at Law at the law firm meyer.rechtsanwälte in Munich, Germany. She advises and represents clients primarily on food law and competition law issues. She is comprehensively responsible for mandates on innovative product developments, the evaluation of material marketability as well as on issues ranging from production to the verification of a sufficient hygiene concept to the marketing and labelling of a product.moreless
Participation Fee: € 895.00 plus VAT.
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For joint bookings received from one company we grant a 15% discount from the third participant onwards.
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