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Allergens & labelling
More and more consumers want to know what’s in the food they’re eating. We can produce nutritional information and offer advice on allergens, nutrition and other information for menus and food labels to help you comply with EU legislation and attract more customers.
Healthy Food Solutions is a food and nutrition consultancy based in the North East of England. We work with food businesses of all sizes from universities and schools to pubs and retailers. With over 20 years' combined catering, training and consultancy experience, we know a thing or two about food. We want to work with you, get to know your business, your ethos and understand your requirements. We want to help you grow by supporting you to produce, sell or cook the best food possible. We can support you in many ways, from helping you perfect the menus, develop some outstanding recipes, cater for a range of dietary needs, help with costings, train your staff, offer guidance with labelling and compliance with legislation.
Learn how to cater for a wider range of dietary needs such as allergies and intolerances, health and religious needs. We can even help you get an excellent food hygiene rating.
We can train you and your staff in a range of areas such as nutrition and allergens. We can come to you or you can study online.
We want to work with you to create the best possible menus and recipes that will wow your customers. From planning and costing the menu, to sourcing the ingredients; creating new recipes or just tweaking the existing ones.
Most consumers now making buying decisions based on how much fat/salt/sugar/calories food has. Can you afford not to provide it?
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