compliance reports

Compliance Reporting

Once your ingredients and recipes are in, your nutrition and allergen reporting is just a bi-product of the recipes and menus you decided to create. The government is proposing that calorie labeling requirements would apply to any outlet where food or drink is prepared in a way that means it is ready for immediate consumption by the person who buys it. For example, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, pubs, and bars serving food, and takeaway outlets would be covered, as well as online businesses that sell food or drink for takeaway or home delivery that is ready to be consumed. The requirement would also extend to cafes and takeaways within larger shops, such as supermarkets or department stores. The calorie labeling requirements would extend to all ready-to-eat food and drink items that an establishment offers, including sides, toppings, and drinks, seasonal dishes and ‘specials’, as well as self-service items such as buffets, salad bars, sauces, and dressings. The catering industry has the highest turnover of staff, training, and relying on them to relay the correct information to the consumer cannot be relied on and could have devastating consequences.

tick the boxesCompliance Reporting

  • Customer aware of calories consumed
  • Front and Back of Pack Information
  • Traffic Light Reporting
  • Recommended Reference Intake

Expected Outcome

  • Higher Hygiene Ratings
  • Increased Staff Awareness
  • Improved Allergen Handling
  • Professional Business Status
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