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Manage your product development in a complex regulatory environment

From regulated substances, claims, origin of ingredients, labeling to packaging food contact, the food and beverage industry must comply with an increasingly number of country-specific guidelines and restrictions. 

Every step of a product lifecycle is impacted by those regulations, therefore, it is important for all departments, from marketing, R&D to regulatory, to always stay up-to-date with the latest rules.

This white paper explains some of the most important regulations using an international approach. In addition, you will discover four best practices to ensure product compliance and facilitate new product development.

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Software editor founded in 1989, Lascom Solutions embodies the new generation of PLM. Lascom CPG solution combines the functional advantages of a PLM with the know-how of food and beverages manufacturers and distributors.  The PLM enables businesses to stay innovative while complying with regulations and collaborating efficiently.

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About the authors

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Product development: an increasingly regulated framework

They trust Lascom

Regulated substance (ingredients & additives)

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NutriSciences is dedicated to protecting consumers’ health throughout the world, by delivering a wide range of test and consultancy services to the food and nutrition industries. In addition, we also serve companies in the water and environment, agrochemical, consumer goods, pharmaceutical and cosmetics sectors.

Learn about the latest regulations from experts 

Why should I read this white paper?

Discover four best practices to ensure product compliance

Understand how to be compliant in an international environment

Labeling

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Nutrition & Health claims

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Ingredients origin

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Packaging eco-design

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Food Contact Materials

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What are the new challenges?

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Inter-country product compliance: from marketing to production

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Risks associated with non-conformity

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Best practices

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Relying on an international network of regulatory experts

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A single source of information in a complex regulatory environment

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Compliance by design - information continuity from raw material to packaged goods

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Compliance by collaboration - facilitate communication with all external stakeholders

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Conclusion

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