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Tio2 free: Clear path to compliance

Start Date:8 November

Start Time:15:00 CET

Duration:45 minutes


This webinar will discuss how food supplement makers can address the rising consumer demand for clean and clear label solutions in light of the changing regulatory environment regarding the use of titanium dioxide as an opacifier. It will also explore how Lonza’s new Vcaps® Plus WHITE OPAL® capsule is designed to perform and can support producers to meet this growing need in today’s market.

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Bram Baert

Regulatory Affairs Manager
Bram developed a special interest in regulatory compliance during his PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences at Ghent University Drug Quality & Registration laboratory. He worked for five years in a product-oriented quality team with responsibilities concerning registration, validation and implementation at Pfizer Manufacturing Belgium. Bram then joined Capsugel nearly four years ago covering regulatory affairs for the EMEA region.

Ljiljana Palangetic

Head of R&D Hard Capsule Application Group
With a PhD in Chemical Engineering, Ljiljana currently heads the R&D Hard Capsule Application Group. She is applying her decade-long R&D experience in soft materials to improve the capsules in the current Lonza portfolio and expand its product offer.

Stephane Vouche

Marketing Manager EMEA

Stéphane currently leads EMEA Marketing at Lonza Consumer Health & Nutrition, having joined the company 12 years ago. He has shared his passion for food supplements in multiple published consumer studies.

Laxmi Haigh

Deputy Editor
CNS Media
Laxmi Haigh (BA Hons, MSc) is the Deputy Editor of and

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