The past 18 months have brought about a lot of change for the industry and fast approaching is one of the most notable and pressing changes – Natasha’s Law.
From Friday 1st October 2021, the outcome of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse family's campaign will come into force under Natasha’s Law, a new food labelling legislation. The impending law will mean that businesses must label all foods pre-packed for direct sale with a full list of ingredients, including emphasised allergens, to consumers.
These changes will require food businesses to label PPDS food with a full list of ingredients containing emphasised allergens within, bringing the provision of allergen information in line with labelling for prepacked food.
Making Sense of Natasha's Law
We’ve been busy pulling together a range of useful information, advice and examples
on Natasha’s Law for you to refer to, all in one place.
Helping you with Labelling
Labels can highlight key information and ensure that food safety and labelling
regulations are complied with. Our guide will help you navigate the labels
Helping you with Labelling Version 2
Read our ultimate checklist blog to ensure you’re feeling well prepared and confident come 1st October 2021.
In the latest podcast episode we are joined by experts Samantha and Jim, to provide useful advice and support for operators to help them prepare and feel confident ahead of the legislation changes.