What is the New Calorie Law?
Calorie information will be mandatory for certain food businesses from 6th April 2022.
The government has introduced legislation to implement mandatory calorie labelling among food businesses (with 250 or more employees) in the out of home sector. In addition to helping consumers to make healthier decisions, calorie labelling also aims to encourage businesses to reformulate the food and drink they offer and provide lower calorie options for their customers.
Businesses affected include: restaurants, cafes, takeaways, bakeries, caterers, supermarkets, hotels and workplaces.
FREE WEBINAR –
19th Jan 2022
An informative discussion on the new calorie labelling changes for the food sector.
Join Kafoodle and our guests, Audrey from Safer Food Scores and the Chef Development team from MetPubCo, on Wednesday 19th January 2022 for an informative discussion on the new requirements.
Change is coming.
Download our industry guide and make sure you’re prepared!
From the 6th of April 2022, new regulations will affect food businesses – with 250 employees or more – who offer for sale non-prepacked food or drink suitable for immediate consumption by the person who buys it.
Everything you need to know and to prepare for Calorie Labelling Law can be found in this guide, including:
What the Calorie Labelling law is, and why it is so important
A guide to new product labelling
A review of businesses affected
How to construct a calorie management plan
How does Kafoodle help?
Using ingredient data from all the major national suppliers, Kafoodle’s smart software calculates the nutiritional values for every recipe created. These can be easily printed out on a label or displayed using our digital menu solutions.
Kafoodle’s digital menus can also display allergen information and have the option to filter-by-ingredient, giving your customer total control over their meals and allowing them to make more informed, healthier choices.
Kafoodle Makes Compliance Easy