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  1. Natasha's Law - why the changes to allergen information were introduced This introduction is to help you check if your business needs to follow allergen labelling requirements, also known as...

  2. 5 de sept. de 2019 · Natasha's legacy becomes law. ‘Natasha’s Law’ introduced to protect allergy sufferers and give them confidence in the food they buy. Pre-packed for direct sale food will need full labelling ...

  3. 1 de oct. de 2021 · From 1 October 2021 the requirements for labelling prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) food changed across the UK.. Also known as Natasha's Law, this applies to any food business that produces PPDS food, including coffee shops, restaurant chains, independent restaurants, supermarket and department store cafés, and pubs.

  4. Natasha’s Law will came into effect two years later in October 2021 to allow a transition period for businesses to properly implement the new regulations. The Food Standards Agency were tasked with ensuring businesses took, and continue to take, the right steps to make labelling both accurate and fully effective.

  5. Our guidance on the application of EU food hygiene law gives practical examples of community and charity events selling or supplying food. It will help you decide whether your events will require registration. If you handle, prepare, store and serve food occasionally and on a small scale, you do not need to register.

  6. 9 de mar. de 2020 · Natasha's Law is set to strengthen the allergy labelling regulations by requiring foods that are prepared and packaged on the site in which they are sold to label products with the full list of ingredients and allergens. The new law will include packaged sandwiches or salads assembled by staff earlier in the day and placed on a shelf for purchase.