|24th March 2021||14:00 - 03:00||Online|
This free webinar on Wednesday 24 March 14.00 - 15.00 has been arranged in partnership with LUPC, TUCO and Panache Consultancy and is open to all UKUPC members.
From 1 October 2021, the requirements for pre-packed for direct sale (PPDS) food labelling will change in Wales, England, and Northern Ireland.
These changes extend the already established allergy labelling requirements to products made on the premises they are being sold at, in a bid to help protect consumers by providing potentially life-saving allergen information on the packaging. Whilst the requirements are quite straightforward, the introduction of Natasha's Law is likely to create some challenges to caterers and particularly with COVID-19 still impacting businesses, there is likely to be a continued reliance on packaged products, so it is imperative that this is done correctly.
We will discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the catering environment and how to navigate a return to normal services post-COVID and the impact on compliance. The event offers an outline of the legal requirements, practical implementation advice and the opportunity to ask questions about the legislation and consequences of noncompliance.
The session will last 30 minutes, with an opportunity for questions after.
This session will be delivered by Jon Rook, Managing Director of Panache. Panache is one of the UK’s leading independent catering and facility management consultancy companies and is the number one ranked catering consultants on the LUPC catering consultancy framework.