Level 2 Food Labelling Legislation

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On the 13th December 2014 the new European legislation, Food Information Regulations for Consumers (EUFIC) came into force. If you sell food to the public, it will affect you. This course will help you understand how to label food in accordance with the new legislation.



About this course

On the 13th December 2014 new European legislation, Food Information Regulations for Consumers (EUFIC) comes into force. The legislation will not only mean some major changes to what labels contain and how the information is presented but as the name suggests, how the public are informed about the food in general.

The legislation will affect all businesses that sell food to the public and includes food that is packaged and not packaged.

Food labelling legislation is complex and includes many regulations, acts and articles. This course aims to give you a broad overview of current UK food labelling legislation to help you understand what you need to do to comply.

Following this course, we recommend you seek approval from either a specialist legal advisor, Environmental Health Officer or Trading Standards Officer.

Who is this course for?

This course has been written for any business that sells (or produces) food for the public, including: retailers, caterers and manufacturers.

Small businesses who sell cakes, sandwiches, pickles or jams, pies or other meat products, etc. either packaged or not, will also be affected.

Some foods are exempt, these include: supplements, bottled waters, herbs and spices, teas, salt and sweeteners. If you are unsure if the legislation will affect you, please contact us. The course is aimed at the business owner, catering manager or department responsible for labelling.


You do not need any previous training for this course, although a familiarity with food labelling and nutrition would be beneficial.

Guideline Hours

4 hours.

Course Aims

To understand food labelling legislation requirements.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe the requirements of the Food Information Regulations for Consumers (EUFIC) 2013;
  2. Identify what mandatory information must to be stated per product or scenario;
  3. Identify what additional information could be stated per product or scenario;
  4. Consider other important factors that may be relevant.


Is this course accredited?

This is a bespoke course that we have written and produced. It is not an accredited course, meaning you won’t get a qualification, but all successful attendees will receive our certificate of achievement. We believe the knowledge gained is the most important.

Where do you deliver this course?

We can come to you to deliver the training in-house. We cover most of the North East.

How long do I get to study the course online?

After you pay you will given access to the online course for 6 months.

Got a question? Contact us and we’ll happily answer any queries you may have.

Additional information

Study option

E-course, Delivered


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