Sponsored article: With three months to go until the introduction of Natasha's Law on 1 October 2021, the UK Food Labelling Resource, founded by Nutritics and partners, is inviting you to a free three-day virtual conference where you will find advice and the answers to all the questions you might have regarding Natasha's Law.
Nutritics' commitment is to provide you with all the information your business needs to ensure compliance with Natasha's Law from kitchen to customer.
The event welcomes an outstanding line-up of industry experts from across the food industry, including: Arvind Thandi from the FSA; Carla Jones and Leigh Allen from AllergyUK; Damian O'Kelly, Stephen Nolan and Clare Stead from food information and labelling software experts Nutritics; Ben Toft from hardware and point-of-sale experts Peak-Ryzex; and Jon Byrne from the EPOS Bureau.
We'll hear practical insights from Frances Turner, chief executive of food safety and training experts Surefoot, and case studies from food policy experts such as Julia Hayes and Cathy Amos from Brakes.
Reminding us why Natasha's Law is essential is a panel discussion with Archna Tharani, a member of the board of AllergyUK and parent of two children with food allergies. She shares her experience of realising her children had allergies and their diagnosis, as well as explaining how she navigates day-to-day challenges that could lead to a severe anaphylactic incident.
This is a free-to-attend event with a mix of live and pre-recorded panel sessions spread out over three days. Within the event platform you will also access extensive resources, interviews and information packs.
Join over 500 food industry professionals who have already registered for this business-critical event.
This month's guides
We have rounded up the most popular and useful interviews and articles in relation to Natasha's Law from the past few months.
- An interview with award-winning chef, cookery tutor and special dietary needs expert Rozanne Stevens on her experience of allergen management in a busy kitchen, the connection between NASA and food safety practices and how best to approach Natasha's Law.
- This recent article by Stephen Nolan, managing director of Nutritics, with top tips on making the most of the time left between now and 1 October 2021.
- An interview with Rachel Ward, scientific policy director at the Institute of Food Science & Technology (IFST).
Do you have a question on Natasha's Law?
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