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Manon Ombredane provides counsel on the regulatory compliance of food and drug products within the EU.

Prior to joining Keller and Heckman, Miss Ombredane gained experience working with various organizations in the EU and developed a well-rounded background that includes familiarity with intellectual property law, food/agricultural law, competition law, product liability, framework agreements and services.

Miss Ombredane is fluent in French and English and has a working knowledge of Italian.

Today, the EU Official journal published Regulation (EU) 2019/787 on the definition, description, presentation and labelling of spirit drinks, the use of the names of spirit drinks in the presentation and labelling of other foodstuffs, the protection of geographical indications for spirit drinks, the use of ethyl alcohol and distillates of agricultural origin in alcoholic

Written by Katia Merten-Lentz[1]

European regulators have agreed key changes to the food safety authorization process in a bid to increase transparency and boost consumer trust. Katia Merten-Lentz, partner at Keller and Heckman, discusses the impact these changes could have.

Earlier this month, the European Parliament approved by an undisputable majority (603 votes in

This article was first published by EU Food Law on March 19, 2019.

Marketing Cannabidiol (CBD) in the EU has become more complex and, in some cases, is subject to national restrictions.

Shops selling products containing Cannabidiol (CBD) are popping-up across Europe drawing more and more attention on the legality, write Katia Merten-Lentz and Manon