Webinar: Keeping Pace with the Evolving Regulatory Landscape in the Food and Beverage Industry, 24 April

This webinar covers the importance of strategic planning and adaptation in the face of regulatory change, including sustainability, traceability, and health claims.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the current regulatory challenges and trends from a global and European perspective, including the focus on sustainability and food safety.
  • Learn how to develop and implement a strategic regulatory change management programme within your organisation.
  • Gain insights into effective methods for monitoring and responding to new regulations and legislative updates in the food and beverage sector.
  • Discover the role of technology and innovation in ensuring compliance and enhancing product traceability.

Target Audience:

  • Food Regulatory & Safety Groups
  • Ingredient Suppliers, Manufacturers, and retailers
  • Compliance & NPD, Managerial level and above


Kari Barnes - Regulatory Standards Manager, TraceGains

Kari Barnes is TraceGains’ Regulatory Standards Manager. She has a B.S. in Biological Sciences and has managed technical laboratories in the fields of molecular genetics and food microbiology. Kari has created, implemented, and maintained quality management systems including SQF, BRCGS, ISO 17025 and ISO 9001 for a major international food ingredient manufacturer. She is well versed in product regulatory compliance, food quality and safety, risk management, continuous improvement, and lean manufacturing processes.

Tye Blazey - Director of Business Development, SGS DigiComply 

Tye Blazey works with SGS Digicomply’s strategic clients and partners to adopt data solutions that address compliance, regulatory and food safety challenges.


Dan McGlynn, TraceGains

This IFST webinar is sponsored by TraceGains

Date:  24 April 2024

Time: 15:30 – 16:30 BST

Booking link: Keeping Pace with the Evolving Regulatory Landscape in the Food and Beverage Industry | Institute of Food Science and Technology (ifst.org)

Fee: Free