Front-of-package labeling on food products is a promising policy to inform consumers and promote healthy diets. In August 2022, three organizations submitted a citizen’s petition asking the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to implement a mandatory interpretive front-of-package nutrition labeling system for packaged foods and the White House national nutrition strategy includes plans to develop a front-of-package food labeling system. FDA is also working to develop a new “healthy” symbol for the front of packaged foods. This webinar will include three experts who will comment on the policy and advocacy landscape for front-of-package food labeling and the latest global research on how best to design such labels and how they influence consumers.


  • Sarah Sorscher, JD, MPH – Deputy Director of Regulatory Affairs at the Center for Science in the Public Interest:
  • Anna Grummon, PhD – Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine
  • Gabriela Fretes, PhD – Associate Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute

We hope you will join us for this conversation moderated by Drs. Christina Roberto and Marissa Hall, co-chairs of the HER Food Labeling Work Group.

The webinar will take place on December 13th, 1:00-2:00 pm EST.

The webinar recording is now available here.