The Impact of "Natasha's Law" on Food Information and Labelling Requirements
29 April 2021
Presented by Squire Patton Boggs. Nicola Smith, a regulatory lawyer, provides an update on the labelling requirements for food and drink products which are 'prepacked for direct sale' from 1 October 2021, in light of "Natasha's Law".
- Advertising & marketing
- General Food labelling
Nicola Smith, a regulatory lawyer, will provide an update on the labelling requirements for food and drink products which are 'prepacked for direct sale' from 1 October 2021, in light of "Natasha's Law".
This webinar will include consideration of the regulatory framework, what comes within the scope of the new requirements, considerations around precautionary allergen labelling and the relevant provisions of the FSA’s technical guidance.
Nicola Smith is a regulatory lawyer at a global law firm, with compliance expertise including regulatory laws on food safety and information (as well general product compliance, safety and recall, alcohol licensing and road vehicle/ driver laws). She acts for a wide range of businesses and has provided training and advice to clients and externally on food law requirements.
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