From October 2021, all food prepared on the premises of a shop or dining space where it is sold will be legally required to label that food with a full ingredient list with all allergens highlighted.
Natasha’s Law, officially known as the UK Food Information Amendment, is an update to existing legislation in England, Northern Ireland and Wales (it’s likely that Scotland will follow suit).
It requires food businesses to provide clearly:
1. Name of the food
this is a more descriptive name of what's in the dish, such as the example below on the right.
2. A complete list of ingredients with the 14 allergenic ingredients emphasised (for example, in bold, italics or a different colour) on the labels of foods prepackaged for direct sale on the premises (PPDS).
To learn more about how Kafoodle can help your business become Natasha’s Law compliant, please contact us, and we will arrange a live demonstration.