Webinar

07 June 2022

10:30

Online

Free Event

New Regulations on the placement of foods high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) will come into force on 1 October 2022. With the implementation date fast approaching, this webinar will provide guidance from leading trade bodies, the Food and Drink Federation and the British Retail Consortium, to help your business prepare.

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Join us on 7th June at 10:30am to hear our expert speakers clarify the scope of the Regulations and help you to identify the impact on your products and how to determine the HFSS status.

Join us for this FREE event and put your questions to industry experts!

The webinar will provide guidance on:

  • Whether your business will be liable
  • How to identify if your products are in scope
  • How to calculate the nutrient profiling model ‘HFSS’ score

Speakers

Andrea Martinez-Inchausti, Deputy director for food policy @British Retail Consortium
I am the Deputy Director responsible for food policy at the BRC. This includes labelling and consumer communication, allergen management, compositional standards and diet and nutrition policy. I have worked with the retailers’ nutritionist for over 14 years discussing and implementing provisions such as nutrition and health claims, food information regulation, PARNUTS legislation, reformulation initiatives and Natasha law on allergens. I also led the joint project, with DH, to deliver the front of pack nutrition labelling scheme. I am currently actively working on the implementation on the new provisions restricting price promotions and product placement instore, calories out of home and TV and online advertising.

Louise Allen, Senior executive of diet and health @Food and drink federation
I am FDF’s Senior Executive of Diet and Health. My role includes striving for workable, evidence based diet and health policy for the food and drink industry. In my 20 years at FDF, my work has included helping to shape school and nursery food standards, advising on reformulation policies and folic acid fortification. I am FDF’s lead on UK food and drink advertising rules, including the UK nutrient profiling model and its application. I also work closely with a number of advertising bodies to share knowledge.