Food Labelling can be difficult and stressful as it often involves looking through a minefield of legislation and codes of practice to ensure your product labels comply with current food labelling legislation.
Our knowledgeable food law consultants have a wealth of knowledge and experience in putting legally compliant products to market. They will be able to answer your questions and offer advice on food labelling queries.
We have two services on offer that can assist you with your food labelling:
- Full Food Labelling Compliance Service – ‘Compositional Review’ that will help ensure your product is legal before you make it. It will provide you with a “Pack Copy” document
containing all the required information, ready to provide to your design agency to copy and paste the legal information into your label artwork
- Food Labelling Check and Review Service – Service to review current food labels assessing whether the label contains non-compliant elements and whether changes are required.
Thinking of exporting your food products or looking to import into the UK market?
Exporting a new Food product to a new market can be an exciting experience; but getting it wrong can destroy a brand before the first sale is made.
Even exporting within European borders can sometimes be difficult, with labelling laws varying from country to country and many products also require prior approval before entry into the country is granted.
FoodChain’s team of international consultants can help to ensure that your product is compliant and right first time. Our consultants can provide you with key insight into both the legal and voluntary requirements of that country at the time of your enquiry. With quick turn arounds and experts based worldwide we’re sure you’ll find our Service essential.
From pack copy and label checks, to general information on food law provisions, FoodChain can help.
Do you meet current Food Labelling Regulations?
All establishments and suppliers providing food and drinks products need to review all pre-existing labels to ensure they meet requirements.
It will effect more than just labels, as marketing materials and websites will need to be compliant; policies, procedures, training and work instructions will need to be updated, all of which need planning and internal stakeholder involvement.
Gap Analysis; amendment of internal policies and procedures; team training; website evaluation; specification and labelling re-designs; pack copy generation and more…
Our food advisory team will provide you with the tools and the knowledge to make the transition as painless as possible