Natasha’s Law Risk Framework

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Natasha’s Law Risk Framework

From 1st October 2021, the UK Food Information Amendment 2019 (a.k.a. Natasha’s Law) will be rolled out in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to all businesses selling Prepacked for Direct Sale Foods (PPDS Foods). In this short, easily-digestible guide we provide a risk management framework that is specifically tailored to Natasha’s Law, helping you to comply with new regulations. This includes: 

  • 6 Key Challenges and Solutions for Them

  • The Role of Software in Mitigating Risks

  • Advice on How to Prepare Your Organisation for Change 

  • A 6 Month Countdown To Natasha’s Law Roadmap

Natasha’s Law
Risk Framework

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UK Food Labelling Resource
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UK Food Labelling Resource is a non-profit initiative aimed at increasing the level of awareness about food labelling in the UK in advance of legislative changes.

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This initiative is not affiliated or associated with NARF, the Natasha Allergy Research Foundation.

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T: 0203 769 2226

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