Food labelling is used to convey accurate messages about what the product is. Food labelling can cover aspects like nutrition, country of origin
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Legislation relating to the provision of information on the origin of primary ingredients applies from 1 April 2020
This presentation discusses allergen labelling worldwide and how it compares to the EU.
Duty is paid when goods are brought into a country or trading area. Rates of duty are different for different commodities and different origin countries.
Labelling of ingredients and nutrition information on most alcoholic drinks has long been voluntary in the United Kingdom, European Union and most world mark...
This session explains the impact that sugar reduction is having on labelling practices for food business in the UK.
Following swiftly on from similar changes in the United States, on 14th December 2016, Health Canada announced changes to certain labelling elements.
The legislation regarding gluten-free labelling and information is changing; new rules apply from 20th July 2016.
Adequate human nutrition requires the regular intake of around fifty different components of foods, split between the macronutrients, the micronutrients and ...
The Food Information to Consumers Regulation (Regulation (EU) 1169/2011) is being referred to using several different abbreviations.
Tolerances for nutrition labelling purposes are important as it is not possible for foods to always contain the exact levels of energy and nutrients that are...
In EU legislation, there are 14 groups of food raw materials that must be labelled on food and drink packages if they have been deliberately included as an i...
Having worked on the practical implementation of getting the requirements of FIC onto a physical label, I understand how difficult and daunting this task can...
Food legislation is a complex area, with plenty of pitfalls for the unwary.
Principal food law advisor Ruth Price discusses the main provisions of the Food Information Regulation, which is due to be enforced in December
The Food Information Regulation has finally been agreed. After much debate, we now know what changes to food labels are going to be required.
The food label is the 'face' of most products. It is what people first see.
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