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  1. Getting ready for Natasha's Law - a guide for hospitality. Everything your business needs to get prepared. Our eBook is packed full of facts and information to educate and prepare hospitality operators from hotels, restaurants, food-to-go, pubs and bars for the introduction of Natasha's Law on 1st October 2021.

  2. These videos provide a guide to implementing the new labelling requirements under the law. ... Known simply as ‘Natasha’s Law’, these changes empower consumers who have a food hypersensitivity (food allergy, intolerance or coeliac disease) to make clear, safe choices when buying food. Prepacked for Direct Sale (PPDS) foods explained.

  3. 29 de jun. de 2021 · Understanding Natasha’s Law. FSA offers to help food businesses prepare for upcoming changes to allergen labelling laws – known as Natasha’s Law. On 1 October 2021, the law on allergen labelling for pre-packed for direct sale (PPDS) foods will change. This means that any food business selling PPDS foods will have to include full ...

  4. On 1 October 2021 they changed significantly, particularly related to allergen labelling requirements ('Natasha's law'); as such, information on PPDS foods has been moved into a separate guide: 'Labelling of prepacked-for-direct-sale foods'.

  5. 21 de sept. de 2020 · Allergen Management is a huge responsibility and food businesses failing to comply could be prosecuted. Most notably, Pret A Manger faces trial after student had severe allergic reaction to sesame in sandwich that ‘was not correctly labelled’. This case has now led to Natasha’s Law, which is due to come into effect October 2021.

  6. Everything you need to know to be compliant with Natasha’s Law can be found in this guide, including: What Natasha’s Law is, and why it is so important; A guide to product labelling for PPDS; A review of 14 main allergens; The definition of PPDS and explanation of what foods are included; How to construct an allergen management plan

  7. Natasha’s Law after the tragic death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who had an allergic reaction after eating a filled baguette which did not carry full ingredient and allergen labelling at the time. At present, the allergen information for PPDS products can be provided by any means, including being informed verbally by staff i.e.