Natasha’s Law

What is Natasha’s Law?

Following the tragic passing of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who suffered a fatal allergic reaction to a sandwich in 2016, Natasha’s family have been campaigning for greater transparency surrounding labelling requirements. From October 2021, the outcome of their campaigning will come into force under Natasha’s Law, a new food labelling legislation. The impending law will mean that businesses must label all foods pre-packed for direct sale with a full list of ingredients, including emphasised allergens, to consumers.

What are Bidfood doing?

At Bidfood, we want to provide the advice and support that we can to our customers whilst the industry navigates these changes in legislation. That’s why we’ll be providing a series of useful content which we hope will dispel myths and provide clarity. Watch part one of our two-part webinar series focusing specifically on Natasha’s Law with UKHospitality.

Making Sense of Natasha’s Law

With 1st October fast approaching, we’ve been busy pulling together a range of useful information, advice and examples on Natasha’s Law to refer to all packaged up in our Making Sense of Natasha’s Law guide.

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What do the experts say?

Webinar: Preparing for Natasha’s Law with UKHospitality - Part 2/2

Watch part two of our two-part webinar series focusing specifically on Natasha’s Law with UKHospitality, with an update from the Food Standards Agency and some examples of how to trial run the legislation before it officially comes into force on 1st October 2021

Helping you with... labelling

Communication is now more important than ever and labels are an ideal way to highlight key information and ensure that food safety and labelling regulations are complied with.

Our new guide will help you understand Natasha’s law and help you navigate the labels category to ensure you are ready for this law being enforced.

Download our new food labelling guide here

How Bidfood Direct can help you stay on top of allergens?

You can create recipes and menus based on your agreed product range and pricing using our MyRecipes and Menu Planning tool in Bidfood Direct – our online shop. This tool will also allow you to generate a download which will enable you to create a label for recipes created in Bidfood Direct MyRecipes – helping to support you further with the Natasha’s Law legislation.

If you need an end-to-end labelling solution, we’ve teamed up with DayMark and their Matt85 labelling system which will support you in printing compliant labels for your PPDS foods.

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