date: Wednesday July 29th
time: 2:00-3:00 pm EDT
Who helps you navigate the regulatory world of food-safe labels and packaging? We do. Join Ashland for a webinar on “Navigating the Regulatory World of Food-Safe Labels and Packaging.” Food and beverage labels and packaging have specific regulatory requirements relevant to printed materials. Navigating this new regulatory space can be confusing. Joe Spinnato, solver, PhD and regulatory compliance manager will provide label and packaging converters the guidance and tools necessary to protect your business.
There will be an opportunity to submit questions during the live event and they will be addressed at the conclusion of the presentation.
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Ann McGlone is the Global Industry Manager for the Pressure Sensitive Adhesives group within Ashland and has been with the company for six months. Prior to joining Ashland, Ann worked for Eastman Chemical Company for 15 years holding a variety of roles in technology, market development, market insight & strategy, and business management. Within Eastman she worked in multiple business units including plasticizers, specialty plastics, and adhesives. She has experience in market development and sales across multiple disciplines. Ann led major product launches in the packaging and hygiene market space in her position as amorphous polyolefins business manager. Ann holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Ohio University in Athens.
Joe Spinnato, PhD
Joe Spinnato is the Food Packaging Manager for Ashland. His role focuses on working with Product and Business Development to design food packaging products (laminated adhesives and coatings) that will be safe and compliant for their intended use. In this role, Joe develops protocols for migration testing and assists analytical laboratories with executing them. Additionally, he is involved with customer education in the areas of food packaging safety and regulation. He currently serves as a member of the Food Safety Alliance for Packaging, which is focused on food safety through supply chain (chemical manufacturers, converters, and brand-owners), and the Adhesive and Sealant Council Regulatory Affairs Committee. He Received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Spring Hill College and his Doctorate in Pharmacology from the University of Louisville.