Natasha’s Law: Time to act

Changes to the Food Information Regulations come into force on 1st October 2021 – is your organisation ready?

From 1st October 2021, any food which is prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) must be labelled with a list of ingredients, including emphasised allergens in bold.

Known as Natasha’s Law, this is a big change in allergen management. It will impact schools, hospitals, retailers, contract caterers and anyone else who prepares food on site for sale or for employees/users.

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Natasha’s Law: Time to act

Andrew Pond, Head of Business Development, outlines the forthcoming changes to the Food Information Regulations, and how Civica Saffron can help your organisation meet them.

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Natasha’s Law: Understanding the changes

In the latest of our programme of activity to help organisations get to grips with Natasha’s Law, Andrew Pond, Business Development Director for Civica Saffron, explores some of the key questions you may be asking about the new legislation.

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Our Saffron software can help your organisation comply with the new regulations, enabling you to quickly identify ingredients and send the correctly emphasised ingredient lists to your label printer.

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