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Menu labeling, bird flu and more

Hear the latest on the federal menu-labeling regulations and compliance standards straight from FDA officials. Learn more about the bird flu outbreak and how the resulting egg shortage is affecting restaurants. And find out about best practices when donating prepared food to those in need.

The National Restaurant Association will address those and other cutting-edge food and food-safety issues at its fall Quality Assurance Executive Study Group meeting Sept. 16-18 in Washington, D.C.

“This meeting will give food-safety professionals the valuable, relevant information and solutions they need to ensure their respective businesses’ success,” said Christopher Melchert, the NRA’s senior manager of food safety and quality assurance. “They’ll be able to learn from some of the country’s top experts, exchange valuable ideas with them, and keep current on the most recent developments so they can meet the constantly changing challenges affecting the industry.”

The meeting also will feature an update from the CDC regarding the latest research on foodborne illness outbreaks. In addition, it will offer information on health inspections and the restaurant industry.

The study group will be moderated by Melchert and Joan McGlockton, the NRA’s vice president of industry relations and food policy.

Pictured top right: Learn more about the bird flu egg shortage at this fall's Quality Assurance study group meeting.

Register now for the NRA’s Quality Assurance Executive Study Group Meeting.

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