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Essentially Catering Magazine - September 2019



        Industry News




        Natasha’s Law - ensuring compliance





        The Government has announced that new food labelling legislation - Natasha’s Law - will come into full effect by the
        summer of 2021. The legislation is calling for all pre-packed food and drink products to carry full ingredients labelling
        to better safeguard food allergy sufferers.
          “If - like many operators - you are concerned what this means
        for your business, we are offering a solution,” says Rachael Sawtell,
        Marketing Director, Planglow - business, labelling and plant-based
        packaging experts.
          Sawtell continues: “LabelLogic Live is, in a nutshell, a really quick
        and easy way to create food labelling online (with as much or as
        little information as you require) and then print using your existing
        desktop printer or roll printer. You can access the app any time,
        any place on any of your web-connected devices - no specialist   LabelLogic Live comes with plenty of free
        equipment is required”.                                     support, both at the end of a phone and online

           In celebration of pubs




           The 21st edition of the AA Pub Guide is
           the definitive guide to the country’s best
           pubs by county, with pubs chosen for their
           atmosphere, good beer and great food.
             From destination pubs worth making a
           detour for, to local favourites, The Pub Guide
           2020 includes many old favourites, plus new
           and interesting destinations for eating and
           drinking, with several pubs making it into the
           Guide for the first time this year.
             The guide offers an in-depth guide to the
           UK’s pub scene, with a detailed description
           of each pub included. It also lists directions,
           child and dog friendliness, parking and
           garden information as well as insight into
           each pub’s real ale, real cider and wine-by-
           the-glass offerings.
             Simon Numphud, Managing Director at
           AA Hospitality and Hotel Services, said:
           “While pub numbers have decreased in the
           UK since the Guide launched in 1998, the
           quality of the UK’s pub scene is better than
           ever, with a record-number of pubs included
           in the Guide this year. The establishments
           in this year’s Guide prove that there is a
           brilliant range of pubs across the country,
           offering fantastic service, drinks and dining
           opportunities.”
             The Pub Guide 2020 is available for
           £15.99 online and in bookstores.





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