The team are easy to work with, proactive and focused on delivery.– Commercial & Property Director - Whitbread Hotels & Restaurants
We work with our clients in understanding the unique and challenging issues, and our advice not only covers legal requirements but we also consistently strive to add value to the solution(s) delivered.
EU law requires food manufacturers and food service businesses to ensure their products and menus are labelled with specific information with regards to nutrition, composition, advertising claims and more.
DWF has produced interactive labels showing the key areas to consider to remain compliant. As always the devil is in the detail of the Regulations, they need to be reviewed fully to determine how the specifications impact your product.
Retail, Food, Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 31st May. COVID-19 government information published this week.
As the market's response to COVID-19 is starting to take shape, we review some of the potential issues that PLC's may encounter when using share schemes to save of remuneration costs.
RFH Brexit Update W/E 24th May. UK reiterates what it wants to see in a future partnership relationship with the EU.
Retail, Food and Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 24th May. COVID-19 government information published this week.
RFH Brexit Update W/E 17th May. EU Chief Negotiator delivers statement on progress of EU / UK future partnership negotiations.
Retail, Food and Hospitality Regulatory Update W/E 17th May. COVID-19 Government information published this week.
In a move which is likely to facilitate multiple European government bail outs of airlines, sports, leisure and hospitality companies and possibly even carmakers and others under the most acute pressure from the COVID-19 crisis, the European Commission has further amended its State aid Temporary Framework to allow for recapitalisation aid and subordinated debt instruments. The new rules contain limitations on dividends and acquisitions by businesses who benefit from recapitalisation aid and include a requirement for conditions relating to climate change and the digital agenda to be reported to the European Commission. While the UK remains in the Brexit transition period (currently due to expire on 31 December 2020), these rules apply to it as well.