3D food printing and its legal framework – Presented by Karin Verzijden, AXON lawyers at the 3D Food Printing Conference, which takes place on June 28, 2017, at Villa Flora, Venlo, The Netherlands.
- current and potential applications of 3D food printing
- Legal positions and liabilities of various parties involved: manufacturer food printer, software supplier, supplier of raw materials, supplier of recipes and “prosumer”
- Printed food = Novel Food? Implications of regulatory status
- Requirements for marketing printed food (labeling / claims)
About Karin Verzijden
Karin is a food and pharma lawyer, assisting food business operators, biotech & pharma companies in bringing innovative products to the market. She has a particular interest in high tech foods and advises how to fit these into the regulatory framework. Karin reports current food law developments at foodhealthlegal.com.
About AXON Lawyers
AXON Lawyers is a boutique law firm fully focused on legal and regulatory aspects of the life sciences sector, including medicinal products, medical devices and food products. Continue reading “3D food printing and its legal framework – Presented by Karin Verzijden, AXON Lawyers”