From 1st October, The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as ‘Natasha’s Law’ will require food businesses to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on all foods pre-packaged for direct sale on the premises. The legislation is being introduced to ensure that consumers and in particular those with allergies, can clearly see what is in the food they buy - but what are the implications for the supply chain and it’s customers and how do you ensure you are compliant?
'Natasha’s Law – Understanding The Implications for Foodservice and Hospitality’ is sponsored by Nutritics – the world’s leading food information and labelling software company. The event will discuss how Natasha’s Law is affecting food manufacturers, wholesalers, contract caterers and hospitality/leisure operators, how these different areas of the industry are planning for Natasha’s Law and how the supply chain can work together to ensure they are compliant.
Anna Watson, Group Safety Manager, Merlin Entertainments Plc
Julia Hayes, Nutritionist, Thomas Franks
Richard Vaughan, Group Compliance Director, Delifrance
Clare Stead, Senior UK Business Development Manager, Nutritics
Panel Host: Anita Murray, CEO, William Murray PR & Marketing