UK Food Labelling Resource
“This initiative is not affiliated or associated with NARF, the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation”
The UK Food Labelling Resource is a non-profit information group set up by Nutritics, a global provider of allergen management and nutrition labelling solutions and other experts in food, nutrition and allergen research and labelling from Manchester Metropolitan University, EuroFir and Quadram Institute.
In bringing together stakeholders from across all aspects of the food industry, our goal is to support the effective roll-out of new food labelling legislation in the UK such as the UK Food Information Amendment 2019 which is due to come into effect in October 2021.
The UK Food Labelling Resource has utilised its partnerships with the UK’s leading universities, nutritional researchers and food labelling specialists to provide the most relevant information related to the UK Food Information Amendment.
Under Natasha’s Law, UK Food Businesses must list all ingredients on individual packaging of products that are considered prepacked for direct sale (PPDS). If you sell PPDS food, then you must ensure you have implemented the new regulations by the deadline. Representatives at Natasha’s Law UK Food Labelling Resource have collated a bank of information from government agencies and relevant independent bodies to help your organisation prepare in the best possible way.
Hands-on training, webinars, and workshops delivered by Nutritics and other members of the initiative, provides your organisation with the best possible platform to prepare for the UK Food Information Amendment (Natasha’s Law).
Nutritics, Founding Partner of Natasha’s Law UK Food Labelling Resource, is an experienced provider of nutrition labelling solutions. To help businesses prepare and adapt to Natasha’s Law, Nutritics along with a number of our founding partners will be offering free webinars, online workshops and hands-on training. This will be provided on topics such as food labelling, legislation compliance, allergen awareness and recipe building.