Comply with Natasha’s Law
Natasha’s Law came into effect in October 2021 and requires food businesses like farm shops, delis and cafes to provide full ingredient lists and allergen labelling on any pre-packed foods for direct sale (PPDS).
Natasha’s Law Requirements
Under Natasha’s Law, any food pre-prepared to be consumed off site must provide a full ingredients list and emphasise allergenic ingredients (for example in bold, italics or a different colour).
Pre-packed for direct sale is food that is packaged at the same place it is offered to customers and is in the packaging before it is ordered or selected. It also includes food sold from a market stall or vehicle used by the business who packed the food.
The 14 allergens that must be highlighted
Cereals containing gluten
Sulphur dioxide (sometimes known as sulphites)
How Cunninghams EPOS Group can help
We’ve been helping our clients comply with Natasha’s Law with our feature-rich EPOS system.
Display allergens accurately
Our EPOS system allows users to choose applicable allergens from a tick box list against every product. The system gives users the choice to select as many allergens as required.
This accurate information can then be used on…
Searched for on the terminal for customer enquiries
Avery scales label printing
Nutritional information can also be printed in the same way.
Once you add your allergens to the products, the information can then be shared across Preoday ordering platforms for Click & Collect and takeaways.
Save time with automatic information updates
With our integration to bakery production software, Cybake, users can update allergen and nutritional information in their Cybake system, which automatically updates information on our EPOS solutions, saving our clients time and hassle.