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Sandwich Labelling. Jane White Glasgow Scientific Services. Objectives. Pre-packed Labelling requirements Common Problems Advise. Pre-packed Sandwiches. What is a pre- packed sandwich?

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    1. Sandwich Labelling Jane White Glasgow Scientific Services

    2. Objectives Pre-packed Labelling requirements Common Problems Advise

    3. Pre-packed Sandwiches • What is a pre- packed sandwich? • A sandwich produced by a manufacturer or in a central production unit which is then sold by distributors • What is pre-packed for direct sale? • A sandwich produced, packed and sold on the same premises • A sandwich produced at a central location and sold by staff directly employed by the same business via vans or around offices

    4. Pre-packed/Pre-packed for Direct Sale • Important for PA to know as labelling requirements are different

    5. FSS returns • Categories • Loose • Pre-Packed for Direct Sale • Pre-Packed for the ultimate consumer

    6. Pre-Packed sandwiches

    7. Bad Labelling

    8. Good Labelling

    9. The Food Labelling Regulations 1996 • Name of the Food • Ingredients List • QUID • Use by Date • Storage Conditions • Name and address of the manufacturer, packer or seller

    10. The Food Labelling Regulations 1996 • Allergen Labelling • Place of Origin or Provenance, if appropriate • Instructions for use, if appropriate

    11. Common problems • The Name of the Food • Compound Ingredients • Ingredient names • QUID • Allergens • Additives Labelling

    12. The Name of the Food • Inaccurate / Potentially misleading • Meats • Bread • Sauces not mentioned • Smoked

    13. Ingredients List • Ingredients in the wrong order • Laid out in a confusing manner • Ingredients missing

    14. Ingredients names • Inaccurate or legal name not used • Fat spread • Should be the name prescribed by law

    15. Compound Ingredients • Compound ingredient given however no constituent ingredients given. • Bread (Wheat Flour, Water, Yeast, Salt Emulsifiers (Mono and Di- Acetyltartaric Esters of Mono and Di –Glycerides of Fatty Aids), Flour Treatment Agent (Ascorbic Acid) • Mayonnaise (Vegetable oil, Egg Yolk, egg, lemon juice, salt, pepper) • Exemptions

    16. QUID • No QUID • Would affect consumers choice • In the name of the food • Special emphasis • QUIDed amounts incorrect

    17. Allergens • Allergens not clearly identified • Whey Protein • Textured vegetable protein • Allergen Guidance Notes • Separate declaration desirable

    18. Additives • No Category Name • Category Name with no Additives • Undeclared additives

    19. Claims • Nutritional Claims • Not justified • Nutritional labelling • Traffic lights • Full nutritional labelling required • Health Claims • Omega 3 Claims

    20. Claims • Organic • Traditional

    21. Nutritional labelling per 100g Energy Value XXXX Kj(XXX Kcal) Protein XXg Carbohydrate XXg, (of which Sugars Xg) Fat Xg (of which Saturates Xg) Fibre Xg Sodium X.Xg

    22. American style labelling

    23. Two common layouts • Brown Bread (46%) (Component ingredients including additives), Bacon (18%) (Component ingredients including additives), Lettuce (17%), Tomato (16%) Low Fat Spread (Component ingredients including, additives) • Brown Bread(46%), Bacon(18%), Lettuce(17%), Tomato(16%),Low Fat Spread • Brown Bread contains :- (Component ingredients including additives), Bacon (Component ingredients including additives) etc

    24. Undeclared Preservative • There can be undeclared preservatives in the bread • However there may be fermented wheat products present which contain propionic acid produce by the fermentation process

    25. Clarity of label • Uninterrupted • Clear • Indelible

    26. Factory Inspection • Great advantage • Recipe • Ingredients • QUID • Name of the food

    27. Public Analyst • Public analysts are available to assist you during a visit

    28. Legislation • Food Labelling Regulations 1996 • The Spreadable Fats, Milk & Milk Products (Scotland) Regulations 2008

    29. Guidance Notes • Guidance note available on • Labelling • QUID • Allergens • See FSA web site

    30. LACORS Guidance • Issued in February 2008 • Not endorsed by UK trade interests

    31. Questions