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From 1 October 2021, the requirements for labelling on prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) foods will change in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The new labelling requirements will help protect consumers by providing potentially allergen information on the packaging.
Any business that produces PPDS food will be required to label it to show the name of the food and the ingredients list. This includes emphasising within the ingredients list any of the 14 allergens used in the product, as required by food law.
FSA are providing a webinar which will give background to the new allergen labelling changes, also known as Natasha’s Law. They will help small and micro food businesses to better understand what PPDS is, how it effects food businesses and how you can ensure you are compliant with the new regulations from1 October 2021.
See: FSA explains PPDS changes for businesses | FSA explains PPDS changes for businesses (fsaevents.co.uk)
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