Natasha’s Law requires accurate food labelling of allergens on pre-packed foods prepared and packaged on-premises. Download our infographic covering the 14 allergens that must be highlighted. Please feel free to print and share with your teams.
Food Label Printer
For accurate food labelling, the ideal solution is the Citizen CL-E300 Label Printer. This printer is suitable for various tasks and environments, offering great value for all business types.
What is Natasha’s Law?
The law governing food labelling will change on 1 October 2021, which means that allergen labelling for pre-packed for direct sale foods (aka PPDS) will become enforceable by law.
Designed to help protect people with food allergies, intolerance and coeliac disease – the changes are a welcomed move. Food businesses affected by PPDS and their front of house employees must understand the requirements. There are plenty of resources available via the FSA developed to help enterprises to get compliant.
Getting to know the rules, understanding the requirements for labelling is vitally important. Tasks such as label production and how to present the information are all part of the new process. Investing in the right printer can help ensure a smooth transition for both the organisation and its employees.
Referring to the new laws The Food Standards Agency Chair, Heather Hancock said: “Success will mean more choice and better protection for the millions of people – our families, friends, colleagues and neighbours across the UK – who have food allergies.”
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