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Allergenic Hazards FAQs

The Natasha law applies to all food businesses, including cafes, restaurants, and takeaway establishments. The law requires food businesses to label all food with a full list of ingredients and allergens, including those in pre-packaged foods. This is to ensure that people with food allergies can make informed choices about the food they eat and to prevent allergic reactions.

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