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Food Information Regulations (FIR) 2014


In December, 2014 new legislation will be coming into effect that will impact all foodservice operators across the United Kingdom. From 13th December, 2014, a new piece of legislation will apply, entitled the 'UK Food Information Regulation No 1169/2011', which will apply to food business operators at every stage of the food chain, from manufacturers to caterers.


Prior to the 2014 legislation, the allergen labelling requirements in the Food Labelling Regulations 1996 applied only to pre-packed food and alcoholic drinks. The introduction of the 2014 Regulations extends the obligation to declare the presence of allergens in food that is: not pre-packed; packed on the operator’s premises at the consumer’s request; and pre-packed for direct sale.


Importantly for caterers, the Regulations require the provision of allergen information for all food purchased or consumed on the premises (including unpackaged food). Schools must provide information on the "14 common allergens". This allergen information must be supplied either on the menu, verbally by staff, or via a menu board or leaflet.


In order to guide your School or Academy through the implementation of the mandatory Regulation, CaterBuy has provided a list of helpful websites, including: regulations and official guidance; Food Standards Agency guidance and on-line training; suppliers' allergen information; and links to appropriate allergy training providers.

Link to official government legislation
Food Information Regulation. Links to resources and a quick checklist guide: non-prepacked (loose) foods allergen information and checklist
Guidance and materials to assist schools and academies in complying with the EU Food Information Regulation including technical guidance; quick guides; a communication toolkit; informative leaflets; printer-friendly posters; allergy videos; allergen artwork; 'Think Allergy' posters and signage; chef's allergen menu matrix; chef's recipe sheet; and Think Allergy chef cards etc.
Study 6 on-line modules and pass the test to gain a Continuing Professional Development certificate
Gluten-free standards for Coeliac disease and gluten-intolerant pupils.
Your guide to the EU Food Information Regulations (FIR). Downloadable guidance and checklists.
Allergen information and list of gluten-free 3663 product codes
Allergen legislation training and advice.The training is broader than just Unilever products and includes downloads of allergen supports.
This webpage provides a listing of Allergy UK accredited training programs.
Coeliac UK is widely recognised as the gluten free expert. Coeliac UK can provide a wide range of allergy awareness, including training for caterers in providing a gluten free menu. The training can be face-to-face or on-line.
The 'Allergy Academy' provides various training opportunities, from one-day training courses right up to Diploma level
'AllergyWise' on-line training and other resources
Provision of food allergy awareness training via an independent consultancy