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.
Take a couple of hours out of your afternoon to network with other senior hospitality professionals and participate in our insight sessions where we will discuss practical ways to enhance and protect your hospitality business.
Retail, Food, and Hospitality Update w/e 23 June. Civil penalties for consumer law breaches, late payments in B2B transactions, and Grocery Code Adjudicator.
Hilary Ross, head of retail, food and hospitality sector at DWF comments on the Consumer price inflation figures published by the ONS.
Retail, Food & Hospitality Brexit round-up w/e 16 June: EU Brexit preparedness, exporting post-Brexit, and competition law enforcement.
Retail, Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 16 June: gender stereotyping in advertising, after sale price comparison, and folic acid fortification.
Hilary Ross, Head of Retail, Food and Hospitality, comments on the new legislation set by the European Commission on food supply chain transparency.
Retail, Food & Retail Regulatory round-up w/e 9 June: Secret Santa campaign, gluten labelling, and fire safety regime.