Bits x Bites Event
Invitation: Insider Q&A with China agrifood regulatory expert Wilfred Feng on July 31
For food companies launching plant-based and cell-based ingredients and products, what legal concerns do they need to consider in naming their products and promoting their nutritional functions? How are novel plant protein ingredients regulated? Does the new round of GM crop approvals mean China is opening up for GM and CRISPR products? How will Covid-19 impact food and ag regulatory timeline and processes?
On July 31 at 3PM (China time), join Bits x Bites and Wilfred Feng, Senior Counsel at Dentons in our invite-only agrifood regulatory fireside chat to discuss these issues and more.
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About Wilfred Feng:
Wilfred Feng is Senior Counsel at Dentons Shanghai office. He focuses on food and medicines, agricultural and environmental laws, advising global clients in food, food packaging, dietary supplements, medicines, medical devices, tobacco products, cosmetics, pesticides, feed, veterinary drugs, biotechnology, and chemicals.
Before joining Dentons, Wilfred was at Keller and Heckman following his tenure at DuPont where he was in charge of regulatory and government affairs.
He advocated on behalf of the food packaging industry in establishing an administrative clearance system for new food contact substances in China. He played a leading role in the first approval for a GMO-derived food additive in China and the first GM corn imports. As chairman and spokesperson for an industry consortium (Biotech Committee of CropLife China), he worked with Chinese regulators in developing the technical guidance for evaluating agricultural GMO.