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Whether you have 5 printers or 500, looking for on-premise or cloud, we've got a labelling solution that fits your business requirements.
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Nice Label Food Allergen Solution
If you work in a small food business that makes food to sell or serve to customers, then it’s essential that you have an understanding of how to label allergens correctly. Whether you make sandwiches in a café, sell cakes at a stall or serve burgers from a food truck, you have a legal and moral responsibility to ensure that the foods you sell are labelled accurately. Our quick guide to food allergen labels should help you to get started, what’s more, you can download our free food allergy stickers to use in your small food business.
Allergen Labelling and the Law
The European Provision of Food Information to Consumers Regulation 2011 also means that, as of December 2014, allergen information must be provided for all food sold, whether packaged or loose (such as loose bakery items, deli foods and cooked-to-order meals).
For pre-packaged foods (such as packaged sandwiches, boxed salads or individually wrapped pastries) that you receive from a supplier, allergens must be highlighted in the ingredients list, such as by listing them in capital letters, a different colour, or in bold font on the food’s packaging. Packaged foods must also label any derivatives of allergenic foods, such as stating that albumen is egg. If a customer asks about the allergen content of a pre-packaged food then you can inform them by referring to the product’s packaging.
Currently, for foods sold loose (such as at a café, deli, market or food truck) that you package on the premises for sale, accurate allergen information must either be displayed on a board by the point of sale, or told to customers verbally on request. All food businesses, no matter their size, are responsible for providing clear and accurate allergen information for any foods that they sell or serve to customers, and there must be at least one staff member available on each shift who knows the accurate allergen information for each food product.
However, Natasha’s Law will soon be coming into force and changing these requirements.
What is Natasha’s Law?
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is currently developing guidance on the list of foods to which Natasha’s Law will apply. This is due to be published on the 1st of October 2019, giving food businesses a two-year transition period to prepare for these new requirements.
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Nice Label Pharmaceutical Labelling Solution
Nicelabel created a standardised, global labelling strategy that benefits pharmaceutical companies.
For pharmaceutical manufacturers, quality is paramount. This high level of quality has to be present in all phases of the manufacturing process, from production to shipping and from product to label. Let’s take labels as an example. Labelling errors can lead to costly product reworking, quarantine or, as in the case of Mirtazapine, recalls. Why, so far into the 21st century, are we still having to talk about labelling errors? In our experience, the answer lies in a lack of standardisation, centralisation and system integration.
The road to system fragmentation There can be a variety of reasons that lead to a de-centralised approach to labelling. Perhaps a pharmaceutical manufacturer has gone through several mergers and acquisitions, inheriting a series of homegrown, independent labelling solutions along the way. Or perhaps a company has taken a one-off approach to regulatory compliance, purchasing independent systems to address each compliance need, such as serialisation or aggregation.
While this approach addresses the immediate compliance need, it results in a series of silos – disparate systems that don’t interact with one another. Whatever the road is taken, the destination is the same. Decoupled labelling processes that make it difficult to ensure an accurate, efficient labelling process. In this paper, we address four of the most common labelling challenges that arise from a decentralised approach to labelling, and how you can address these.
Labelling errors can lead to costly product reworking, quarantine or, as in the case of Mirtazapine, recalls. Why, so far into the 21st century, are we still having to talk about labelling errors?
- Challenge Complex label design and change process
- Challenge Manual quality assurance
- Challenge Lack of integration
- Challenge Accurate supplier labelling
For pharmaceutical manufacturers, quality is paramount. And this high level of quality has to be present in all phases of the manufacturing process from production to shipping and from product to label. Download our free e-book using the links provided.