EU Nutrition Labeling Compliance
Major Changes on Food Labeling Regulation
The European Food Information To Consumers Regulation that came into effect in 2011 is becoming mandatory by December 2016. It represents the first major revision of Europe’s food labeling rules in 30 years and requires food businesses to redesign the format and content of their food labels. The regulation required businesses to change labeling of allergen ingredients in 2014. In 2016 it is mandatory to provide nutrition facts information.
At NiceLabel, we have studied the regulation thoroughly to prepare simplified guides about the key changes coming your way and we have updated our label and printing solutions to help you become compliant with the regulation as quickly as possible.
Are you ready for December? Revisit your food labels now!
The NiceLabel Guide to nutrition label compliance
Find out about the 12 key changes you need to make on your nutrition labels and 4 easy steps to ensure compliance and improve your label processes to become more efficient:
- Do a nutritional analysis
- Have the right database tool
- Select a label design method
- Ensure reliable printing
More resources about EU nutritions labels
10 Things You Need To Know About The Regulation (EU) No. 1169/2011
The original EU food labeling regulation is 46 pages long, with an overload of information. Since it might be overwhelming to take it all at once, we brought together a short list to cover the main highlights.
What Makes A Food Label Design Tool Perfect and Ready For New Regulations
So, what should you expect from your label design software?
Predesigned customizable EU food labeling solution
We created a complete solution for managing your labels in compliance with the EU regulation. Become compliant today.
How to choose nutrition analysis software?
In case you didn’t follow the procedure of EU food compliant labeling yet, the initial step you should take is passing your food products and recipes through a nutrition analysis to get detailed and correct nutrient data.
Counting Down to New Food Labeling Regulations in Europe: Are You Ready for December?
The European Food Information to Consumers Regulation that came into effect in 2011 is becoming mandatory by December 2016. The regulation suggests a refreshed design and content for nutrition labels.