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Regulatory framework of key markets in the Middle East and Africa [On-demand webinar]

Video-Regulatory framework of key markets in the Middle East and Africa [On-demand webinar]

Navigating the regulatory framework for food and beverages in key markets of the Middle East and Africa can be quite challenging. This on-demand presentation provides insights on how to engage with key stakeholders in these regions. Watch it here for free.

Considering some of the latest policy developments and regulations in areas such as labelling, nutrition labelling, food additives, and claims that could have an impact on businesses, this presentation will provide you with some insights on how to overcome some of the main challenges arising in the different markets as well as provide some advice on how to engage with key stakeholders in these regions. 



Rola Arab – Director, R.A Consulting

Ms. Rola Arab is the founder and Director of R.A Consulting, a consultancy specialised in the areas of food safety, health and nutrition and international trade, and which provides strategic advice on food policies and regulations, opportunities and challenges arising in different markets and on market access. Rola holds a degree in law and has deep expertise in the regulatory environment in the EU, Middle East and Africa. She participates actively in regional and global meetings of international bodies such as Codex Alimentarius and the World Health Organization and has developed partnerships with public health authorities in different markets, such as in the GCC, providing support and advise on the development of regulations as well as regular trainings and workshops on food regulations.

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