Media Release: Exclusive FSAA Member Offer by FoodLegal

24th October 2022

Connecting FSAA Members with Business-Critical Partners

Although one of the most important aspects of a foodservice business, legal and compliance issues can also be one of the most difficult to manage. As part of the FSAA’s ongoing commitment to add value for our Members and in our efforts to create meaningful partnerships that make running a business easier, we are excited to introduce FoodLegal as our latest partner.

Australia’s leading food compliance law firm, FoodLegal specialises in providing advice to Australian and international food companies, foodservice suppliers, retailers and industry bodies in relation to the development, marketing and sale of food, pet food and other consumer goods. FoodLegal’s deep industry expertise enables foodservice businesses globally to find solutions and practical outcomes in food safety, supply chain logistics, sustainability issues, product development and food compliance risk assessments.

As a member of the Food Lawyers Network (FLN), a global network that unites some of the best lawyers in the food law sector, FoodLegal can deliver best in class services for an interconnected world. The FoodLegal team of lawyers and consultants represent food manufacturers, importers, distributors, brand marketers, retailers, industry associations and groups, as well as working with clients from allied fields such as complementary medicines, life sciences, agribusiness and farmer producers.

Minnie Constan, CEO of FSAA says of the Association’s latest partnership, “Our Members know that the insights, services and advice offered by FoodLegal are integral to the ongoing success of businesses in our field. FoodLegal specialises in food law consultancy, compliance risk management, certification of product compliance integrity for food and beverage products, meaning they are the perfect match for our members.”

Member offer:

To support our Member needs, we have negotiated a range of exclusive offers in conjunction with FoodLegal, which FSAA Members can enjoy:

  • A 30% discount for new FoodLegal InHouse subscriptions for the first 12 months. This special offer includes a free onboarding session and subsequent 3-day trial prior to subscribing.
  • 10% off public FoodLegal training/webinar/workshop tickets – many of which
    are conducted virtually to minimise time away from your busy businesses, something FSAA knows is important!
  •  A free 30-min discussion with FoodLegal’s consulting team to explore how FoodLegal can offer short-term and ongoing support.

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