The Understanding and Control of Food Allergens in Catering aims to provide knowledge and understanding of allergens in catering to facilitate compliance with the Food Information for Consumers Regulations.
Food allergies and intolerances are life changing. In the UK they affect around 8% of children and 2% of adults. In December 2014, the law on how allergen information is provided by food businesses changed, to make it easier when buying food or eating out with an allergy or intolerance. Under these regulations, a change to the existing enforcement regime has been taken forward with a move away from the across-the-board use of frontline criminal offences to a more proportionate and targeted regime using improvement notices.
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