Natasha’s Law Summer & Autumn Series

A series of live discussions with experts and thought leaders from around the UK food industry.
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Natasha's Law Summer & Autumn Series

Hosted on the Natasha’s Law Community Forum on Vito

Following on from the success of Natasha’s Law Business Conference, we launched the Natasha’s Law Community Forum. This forum is hosted on Vito, an online streaming platform which allows for more in-depth community discussion, Q&A sessions and group learning. 

In August, we launched the Summer & Autumn Series, a series of live discussions with experts from around the UK food industry. The Natasha’s Law Summer & Autumn Series answered your most pressing questions regarding food labelling, and how best to prepare your business for Natasha’s Law. The series featured discussions specifically aimed at schools, hospitals, food businesses as well as cafés and independents. 


Events: Coming Up

Webinar Registration – UK Food Sector – November 10th, 2021

Natasha’s Law – Key Learnings from 2021, Preparing for 2022

This 45 minute live webinar welcomes industry leaders from across multiple sectors to share the key learnings from the past year, as food businesses across the board adapt to the many challenges thrown at them.

We will take a practical look at the most important lessons learned from before, during and after the legal deadline of October 1st. This live Q&A with experts will also provide practical tips and advice for the road ahead.

Date: Wednesday, 10th of November 2021 @11am

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Autumn Series – How to Save Money on Printers
Date: Wednesday, the 8th September @11am
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A 40-minute livestream, hosted on Vito. Our panel will discuss technologies and software solutions most relevant to Natasha’s Law. We will also share how food businesses can save money on printers, food labelling and other costs associated with Natasha’s Law.

Autumn Series – Coffee Shops and Independents – Helping You Prepare for Natasha’s Law
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A 40-minute livestream, hosted on Vito. This panel discussion will take a deep dive into how coffee shops and independents can prepare for the changes brought about by Natasha’s Law. We will be discussing food labelling, change management and the steps that café owners need to take to prepare for the amendment. 

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Autumn Series – Hospitals – Helping Hospitals Prepare for Natasha’s Law
Date: Wednesday 15th of September
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A 40-minute livestream, hosted on Vito. This panel discussion will take a deep dive into how hospitals can prepare for the changes brought about by Natasha’s Law. We will be discussing food labelling, change management and the steps that hospital caterers need to take to prepare for the amendment. 

AUTUMN SERIES – WATCH BACK Q&A Session With Food Labelling Experts
Date: Wednesday 1st September
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Do you have questions about allergen labelling, Natasha’s Law, PPDS, software, stock or substitutions? Our labelling experts are hosting this free, drop in Live Zoom Webinar session. Pop in at any stage to ask your question and have it answered live on air! 

Summer Series – Single Site Operators and Managing Risk
Date: Tuesday, the 24th of August @ 11am
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A 40-minute livestream, hosted on Vito. For this session, we interviewed Karen Ratcliffe, Catering Administrator for a single site, a 1,500 student school in Dorset. We looked at all the steps she’s taken to help her school get ready. We paid special focus to risk and inspections with George and Clare from Nutritics.  You can watch it back for free in the Community Forum! 

Summer Series – Schools & Natasha’s Law – Countdown to October
Date: Wednesday, the 18th of August @ 11am
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A 40-minute livestream, hosted on Vito. The aim of this event was to help schools around the UK prepare for Natasha’s Law. Our panel discussion will include Dr Audrey Dunn welcomed Kerry Ord, Soft Services Manager at Robertson Group, and Clare Stead from Nutritics. Our panel discussed how UK schools can best prepare their catering facilities in line with the upcoming Food Information Amendment. 


“This is a significant moment for the millions of allergy sufferers in the UK. The introduction of this law will make it easier for allergy sufferers to make clear, safe choices when buying food “

UK Food Minister, Zac Goldsmith

Series Speakers

Stephen Nolan

Managing Director of Nutritics Allergen & Food Labelling Software, who led the establishment of the UK Food Labelling Resource.

Carol Evans
Carol Evans is Chief Business Development Officer at Ten Kites, an award-winning technology company providing food businesses with a complete menu publishing solution.
Emily Ross
Emily Ross is an author, communications expert, MC and speaker. She will be hosting a number of events throughout the 3 day conference.
Clare Stead
Clare Stead is Senior UK Business Development Manager for Nutritics. She has over 10-years’ experience working across the hospitality, leisure, education, and healthcare sectors.
George MacLeod
Key Account Manager with Nutritics with who has worked with food service operators in the UK for almost a decade, specialising in implementation, change and risk management.
Carla Jones
Chief Executive Officer with Allergy UK, Carla is dedicated to improving the lives of people living with allergic disease and raising the profile of allergy at all levels.
Arvind Thandi
Arvind Thandi is Team Leader for Food Hypersensitivity at the FSA. In her role, she works specifically on projects related to improving the quality of life for people with food allergies and intolerances.
Dr Audrey Dunn Galvin
Director Early Years & Childhood Studies Degree Programme (UCC), Having obtained an MA in Applied Psychology in UCC, Dr DunnGalvin undertook a PhD in the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health on developmental trajectories in food allergy. 
Cathy Amos
Cathy is Head of Customer Marketing at Brakes UK, a company she has been a part of for over 32 years. In her role, Cathy heads customer marketing and development for the catering division. This division primarily includes caterers in schools, universities, nurseries, hospitals, and care homes.
Ben Toft
Ben is an expert in hardware solutions at Peak-Ryzek Food and Hospitality. Peak-Ryzex serves as a trusted business partner for some of the world’s largest companies.
Julia Hayes
Julia is is a Registered Nutritionist providing evidence-based nutrition advice and support to the food industry. She has extensive experience working with school caterers including writing nutrition and allergen policy, menu planning and catering for children with special diets.
Damian O’Kelly
Damian O’Kelly is a nutritionist and Founder and CEO of Nutritics. He holds a BSc in Sport Science and Health from DCU, Ireland and an MSc in Sports Nutrition from Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.
Archna Tharani

Archna is a board member of Allergy UK, which is the leading national charity providing support, advice and information for those living with allergic disease. Archna has two children aged 13 and 10 who have multiple food allergies. 

Frances Tucker
Tucker is Managing Director of Surefoot Solutions, having been a  Director since 2012. Surefoot Solutions provides expert food, fire and safety support and consultation to all sectors of the food industry.
Haleh Moravej
Haleh Moravej is the National Teaching Fellow of 2018, a multi-award winning senior lecturer at MMU, a nutrition entrepreneur and highly experienced media nutritionist. She is the founder of MetMUnch.
James Stagg
James Stagg is the Editor at The Caterer, the UK’s leading multimedia brand for the hospitality industry. Stagg has worked with the publication for over 12 years.
Leigh George
Head of Endorsements at Allergy UK, Leigh works closely with manufacturers to endorse products that are beneficial to allergy suffers. She leads on Allergy UK’s ‘Allergy Aware Scheme’.

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.


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


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