Bakeries And Sandwich Shops

  1. Queues, having to ask for ingredients, feeling under pressure because of other customers in queue.
  2. Air borne particles.
  3. Review of ingredients change of ingredients or recipes.
  4. Same use ovens.
  5. Cleaning protocols
  6. Storage of ingredients
  7. Customer handling if in open bins
  8. Cross contamination from using same utensils, products next to each other and general cross contamination.
  9. Now labelling is in accordance with Natasha’s Law. (October 2021)

Do not be afraid to ask

Would you mind changing your gloves, washing those utensils and/or getting a fresh container of [item]?

Tesco

Bakery said cheddar cheese as cheese can have colourings or flavourings asked for ingredients – could not supply and no name of product no ingredients on box so could not find information myself.

But because declared 14 EU group they believe they upheld the law

Morrison’s

No ingredients on packaging on in-store cookies – only 14 EU criteria – asked for ingredients the staff had no access to ingredients, finally found out online.

Prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) allergen labelling changes for bakers FSA

https://www.food.gov.uk/business-guidance/prepacked-for-direct-sale-ppds-allergen-labelling-changes-for-bakers

Federation of Bakers https://www.fob.uk.com/

FACTSHEET No. 13 GLUTEN

FACTSHEET No. 15 LABELLING OF BREAD

FACTSHEET No. 19 FOOD ALLERGIES

Natasha’s Law

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/natashas-legacy-becomes-law

Natasha’s Law Checklist Nutrictics

(Source https://www.nutritics.com/p/home)

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