Prepare your business for Natasha’s Law


This webinar took place on 14th June 2021. The session was recorded and is available to watch back. Please contact Jenny Rose at the Farm Retail Association to be sent the link to watch back, along with the helpful resources which accompany the session.

Jenny Rose,, tel: 01423 546214


We understand how daunting putting the measures in place for Natasha’s Law can be.

Consumers are increasingly looking for information to help them make informed decisions about what they choose to eat, and the consequences of getting it wrong are severe.

We have designed a webinar which we hope will pick out the crucial elements farm retailers need to be aware of and plan for. During the session, you will learn how Natasha’s Law will impact your business and the preparations required to ensure you are ready for the changes in food labelling.

Natasha’s Law comes into effect on 1 October – make sure you are one step ahead and armed with the facts you need to form a plan for your business that keeps your customers safe, and staff informed.


  • Rupert Evans, Deputy Chair Farm Retail Association and owner, Denstone Hall Farm Shop
  • Mark Geraghty MCMI, Senior Policy Advisor Food Hypersensitivity, Food Standards Agency
  • Arvind Thandi, Food Hypersensitivity Team Leader, Food Standard Agency
  • Rachel Ward PhD FIFST, Scientific Policy Director, Institute of Food Science & Technology


  • Introduction from Rupert Evans (Farm Retail Association). Rupert will discuss the considerations he has made for his own business Denstone Hall Farm Shop, and the practical solutions he will be implementing to protect his business and customers.
  • Mark Geraghty and Arvind Thandi (Food Standards Agency) will providing a thorough yet accessible overview of the new changes and legislative requirements.
  • Rachel Ward (Institute of Food Science & Technology) will help us understand what the new legislations mean for the consumer, and what their expectation are.
  • Q&A – put your questions to the panel
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