Getting multinutrients on the Government’s agenda

Food supplements expert seminar

 In 2016 Public Health England reviewed its recommendations on vitamin D in response to a report from the Government’s Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN).  This was a significant step in the right direction and raises the potential for further review of multinutrient intakes.

So what can the nutrition industry do to ensure that this issue stays on the Government agenda?

Join dietitian and HSIS expert, Dr Carrie Ruxton, as she talks us through the evidence, key milestones and tipping points which led to those Government recommendations being made and draw out key learnings which could be applied to other nutrients.

This is a FREE event. Places are strictly limited and will be offered on a first-come-first served basis.

Email us with any questions about attending this event.

March 22, 2017
10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Proprietary Association of Great Britain (PAGB)

Vernon House

Sicilian Avenue

London WC1A 2QS

 PAGB is hosting an exclusive workshop for members to review the background which resulted in Government recommendations on children’s vitamins 2013 and Public Health England changing its recommendations on vitamin D in 2016.

The seminar will be run by dietitian and HSIS expert, Dr Carrie Ruxton, who will review the evidence, key milestones and tipping points which led to those Government recommendations being made and draw out key learnings which could be applied to other nutrients.

The workshop is FREE and exclusive to PAGB member companies and will be of interest to colleagues working in regulatory, marketing and communications roles.

Places are strictly limited and will be offered on a first-come-first served basis.

A sandwich lunch will be provided.  Please advise of any dietary requirements when you book your place.

This is a FREE event but all members wishing to attend should complete the booking form below. Please note: you do not need to complete the payment details section.

 


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