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Using Third Party Certifications and Logos On Food Labels

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Thursday, November 3 at 1pm ET
Using Third Party Certifications and Logos, such as certifications for Non-GMO Project Verified and Gluten Free Certifying Organization seals or more generic icons for Non-GMO, Keto, or Paleo or trademarks for high value proprietary ingredients on your food labels can help increase sales for your products. However, the dos and don’ts are often governed by licensing agreements, standard terms and conditions, or may present a risk of trademark infringement. Join attorney Jeni Lamb Rogers as she goes over key terms in licensing agreements and watch outs as you consider use of third party certifications, logos, and icons on your products. 

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About Using Third Party Certifications and Logos On Food Labels

Thursday, November 3 at 1pm ET

Using Third Party Certifications and Logos, such as certifications for Non-GMO Project Verified and Gluten Free Certifying Organization seals or more generic icons for Non-GMO, Keto, or Paleo or trademarks for high value proprietary ingredients on your food labels can help increase sales for your products. However, the dos and don’ts are often governed by licensing agreements, standard terms and conditions, or may present a risk of trademark infringement. Join attorney Jeni Lamb Rogers as she goes over key terms in licensing agreements and watch outs as you consider use of third party certifications, logos, and icons on your products. 

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