This presentation will focus on the latest regulatory developments in the Latin American snack industry, including new labeling laws, taxation of products, and how consumers in the region are reacting. In the future, are lawmakers expected to continue to target snack products with stringent labeling and higher tax rates? Attendees will also learn whether recent regulations have led to a shift in consumer eating habits in Latin America.
Lorena Cerdán Torres
Lorena Cerdán Torres has experience in corporate affairs and communications, and has had a key role in the conformation of institutional alliances, social responsibility and public policy agendas both in public and private sectors in Mexico and Europe.
Since 2010, she has successfully led the Mexican Council of Consumer Packaged Goods (ConMéxico).
Torres earned her bachelor’s degree in political science and public administration at Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico), and her master’s degree in public and political communications at Universidad Complutense (Spain).