Date: Wednesday, 13 December 2023
Time: 11.30 am Australian Central Daylight Time (Adelaide, GMT+10:30)
Summary: Wines produced after the 8th of December 2023 and bound for EU markets will require nutritional information (and ingredient lists) provided either on line or on label as well as the dietary energy content on label. Having the data for the nutritional panel analysed by a laboratory is relatively expensive and the European Union allows the use of average values. This webinar looks at average values developed by the AWRI and Affinity Labs for use in the EU nutritional declarations for fats, proteins, sugars and carbohydrates as well as a possible approached for using average values for energy declarations.
Presenter(s): Dr Eric Wilkes (AWRI)
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What is a webinar?
Webinars are interactive online seminars where you participate from your home or workplace using a computer or mobile device with internet access. You will hear from a presenter, see their slides and have the opportunity to ask questions. AWRI webinars cover a range of winemaking, winery management and viticulture topics and are usually held on a Thursday at 11:30 am Australian Central Standard Time (Adelaide, GMT+09:30).
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