Best practice guidance, support materials and FAQs – all you need to prepare for the UK Food Information Amendment.

UK Food Information Amendment –

Working with universities, nutritional researchers and food labelling specialists to provide you with the best information and resources on the upcoming amendment.

The UK Food Labelling Resource is a non-profit information group that aims to support the effective roll-out of new food labelling legislation in the UK. Nutritics, the nutrition software firm behind the initiative, has leveraged its connection with UK’s leading nutritional researchers, legislation specialists and UK universities to bring you the very best information related to the UK Food Information Amendment (Natasha’s Law).

UK Food Labelling Resource – Guides and Checklists

PPDS Food Labelling Guide –
What Businesses Need to Know About Natasha’s Law

In this free guide, we provide all the information your company needs to know as it prepares for Natasha’s Law. This includes how Natasha’s Law will impact your business, your responsibilities as a food business and some of the most frequently asked questions about the UK Food Information Amendment. 

Software Solutions for Natasha’s Law –
Natasha’s Law Risk Framework

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 for change and a 6 month countdown roadmap.

Countdown to Natasha’s Law
Business Roadmap for Food Operators

The UK Food Information Amendment, also known as Natasha’s Law, comes into effect from October 2021. Nutritics, along with partners at the UK Food Labelling Resource, has put together this helpful roadmap for food operators. The business roadmap includes a list of all tasks and activities that you need to complete in order to prepare for the change.

How to Prepare for Inspections/Audits –
Guide for Food Businesses

In this jam-packed guide, we provide all the information you need to prepare for inspections and audits. We explain some of the main terminology and concepts used when discussing the amendment. We also provide essential information related to cross-contamination, food allergy safety points, what exactly inspections look like and tips for preparing. This guide has everything you need to get audit-ready.

Get Your Business Ready for Natasha’s Law –
A Step-by-Step Guide

Allergen management should be treated just like any other risk management process in your business. That means a full review of all processes, risk assessment and mitigation and training for all employees to ensure they understand the risks posed by allergens. In this free guide, we provide a simple four-step process including how to work with your supplier, manage stock and prepare your staff.


Useful Links

FSA Business Guidance Packaging and Labelling

FSA Marks a Year Until Allergen Changes are Introduced – Wales and Northern Ireland Join

Legislative Amendment

Natasha’s Law Checklist

Natasha’s Legacy Becomes Law

Six Months Countdown to Natasha’s Law

Allergen Guidance for Food Business

FSA Allergen Packaged for Direct Sale

How to Prepare for Inspections/Audits


UK Food Labelling Resource
United Kingdom  



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.


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


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