An increasing number of retailers are looking to capitalize on consumer interest in health and wellness products by developing private label foods, topicals, textiles, and devices that are intended to improve a consumer's health and quality of life. Importantly, this strategy triggers new regulatory considerations. This presentation will help flag some of the regulatory obligations associated with the sale of such products so that your team can enter the space without surprises.

Key Issues

  • Consumer products that become medical devices and related FDA regulatory obligations.
  • Trends in FDA's scrutiny of cosmetics and expectations of manufacturers and distributors.
  • Trigger points in e-commerce and tips on mitigating the risk of FDA enforcement.
  • Tips on developing a regulatory compliance program that will help manage the FDA regulatory obligations associated with expanding your product portfolio.

CLE Credit

1.0 hour CA and NY MCLE credit is pending.

CLE credit in other jurisdictions may also be available upon request.

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