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South East
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FIC
• What it is
• What we will do
• What our customers will need to do
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Provision of Food Information to
Consumers
• EU regulation
• Brings together
– Food labelling
– Food allergens
– Nutrition labelling
• Came into law October 2011
• Must comply by December 2014
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FIC main changes
• Nutrition labelling to be mandatory, will
be in a different order
• Allergy advice line no longer allowed
• Allergy information in ingredients list,
brakes will highlight allergens in BOLD
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Implications for Brakes
• Change to every piece of packaging
• Trying to coincide with new branding
• Any product produced after December
2014 must be in FIC compliant packaging
• We may have long shelf life products in
2015 or beyond
• New packaging will be seen from the end
of 2013
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Sodium no longer declared
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FIC for food sold loose
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This is food sold in catering
Must provide allergen information
Information on 14 allergens
Will no longer be able to say
– ‘I do not know what is in the food’
– Applies to all catering
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14 allergens
• Cereals
containing gluten
• Crustaceans
• Eggs
• Fish
• Peanuts
• Soya
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Milk
Nuts
Celery
Mustard
Sesame seeds
Sulphur dioxide
Lupin
Molluscs
Gluten & nuts
• Cereals containing
gluten
– Wheat
– Barley
– Rye
– Oats
– Spelt
– Kamut
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• Nuts
– Almonds
– Hazelnuts
– Walnuts
– Cashews
– Pecan
– Brazil nuts
– Pistachio
– Macadamia
How will caterers provide this information
• Must be available
– Back of house manual
– Internal Website
– Access to central database of recipes
• Provision
– Advice to consumer that this information is available
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Notice in restaurant
On the menu
Customer website
Verbal communication with customer
Where will caterers find this information
• Packaging
– FIC requires allergens to be included in the
ingredient list
– The name of the allergen must be emphasised
in the ingredient list (Brakes Bold)
• Other sources
– Information to be available at the point of
purchase
• List on-line
• Product advice sheets
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Contains lists
• Long lists
– Match to approved
buying lists
– Inclusion in recipe
analysis systems
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Brakes Code
Product Title
Contains Peanuts
89 Whole Grapefruit Segments
N
in Light Syrup
94 Whole Mandarin Orange
N Segments in Light
102 Whole Orange Segments
N in Light Syrup
186 Baked Beans in Tomato
N Sauce
187 Sliced Beetroot
N
244 Italian Peeled Plum Tomatoes
N
255 Dessicated Coconut N
261 White Vanilla Flavour Ice
N Cream
268 Seedless Raisins
N
301 Caster Sugar
N
308 Granulated Sugar
N
318 Vanilla Pods
N
533 Long Grain Rice
N
544 Short Grain Pudding Rice
N
548 Red Lentils
N
551 Yellow Split Peas
N
554 Green Split Peas
N
557 Cereal Broth Mix
N
560 Dried Marrowfat Peas N
562 Pearl Barley
N
563 Haricot Beans
N
564 Butter Beans
N
568 Semolina
N
740 Dark Pitted Cherries inNLight Syrup
801 Raspberry Flavour JellyNCrystals
802 Strawberry Flavour Jelly
N Crystals
803 Orange Flavour Jelly Crystals
N
804 Lemon Flavour Jelly Crystals
N
839 Puff Pastry Pie Tops N
965 Sweetener Granules Sachets
N
1020 Tuna Cheesey Bake N
1050 Cannellini Beans In Water
N
1068 Cooked Supreme Of Chicken
N
(Pasteurised)
1069 19mm Cooked Diced Chicken
N
Breast
1071 Chicken Korma
N
1075 Cottage Pie
N
1080 Cooked Roast Chicken N
Drumsticks
1085 All Purpose Pastry Mix N
Contains Other Nuts
N
Syrup
N
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Contains Egg
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Contains Fish
N
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Y
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Contains Milk
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Y
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Y
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What to do with this information
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Ingredient
Milk
Soya
Gluten
from
Wheat
Nuts
Fish
Crustaceans
Cod
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N
N
N
Y
N
Prawns
N
N
N
N
N
Y
Brakes
Béchamel
Sauce
Y
Y
N
N
N
N
Potato
N
N
N
N
N
N
Cream
Y
N
N
N
N
N
Pepper
N
N
N
N
N
N
DISH
Y
Y
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N
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Y
Front of House Products
• Wrapped so will have allergens on the
packaging
• Caterer does not need to do anything
more
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General advice on managing allergens
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Advice from Brakes
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The way forward
• Understand the 14 allergen list
• Collect allergen information about all your
prepared products
• Collect recipes
• Collect menu ideas (recipes and
accompaniments)
• Build your own allergen data bank
• Have a protocol for keeping this up to date
• Train staff in handling allergen enquiries
• Do this before December 2014!
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Brakes on-line training
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New online nutrition course
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Certified by AfN
Easy to use online or print and read
Tests after each module, certificate
4 modules
– Intro to balanced diet
– Eating well in healthcare sector
– Malnutrition & diabetes
– Dysphagia, dementia & menu
planning
Link to elearning site
https://elearning.brake.co.uk
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First Screen
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Employee Registration
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Dashboard
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Module One
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Test
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Test
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Dashboard
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