Don’t miss any changes with Food Law Guide
Businesses in the food industry are bound by laws and regulations. Changes occur regularly and the quality manager is expected to always remain compliant.
Frequently asked questions are: How do I stay informed? And how can I be sure that I don’t miss any changes?
Find the answers in our Food Law Guide. Receive changes relevant to your business every week. This way you are always fully informed and you know which adjustments are necessary to comply with legislation.
The pro’s of Food Law Guide
- Online database: save time with all legislation on nutrition and food safety in one central place.
- Transparant: all European and national legislation clearly presented.
- Clear: including a clear explanation of the legislative change.
- Notification service: weekly direct links to recent changes.
- Quarterly reports: all changes and practical consequenses detailed in a clear report.
- Tailor-made to your practice: easily adaptable company-specific profile.
- Compliant for client or auditor: directly demonstrable during audits.
- Helpdesk: as unlimited questions to our regulatory affairs specialists.
Choose the subscription that suits you best:
|Up-to-date EU and national legislation and publications
|Weekly notification service
|Clear explanation of each legislative change
|Support drawing up company-specific profile
|Unlimited use of regulatory affairs helpdesk
|Tailor-made quarterly reports
From €84,- per month
Due to the option of a company-specific profile, you only see the changes that apply to your company.
And, in the case of Explained! and Guided! you have access to a clear explanation of each legislative change, so that you do not have to read the entire legal texts.
The profile will keep you informed of all official legislative changes that are relevant to you.
Informed! also offers the possibility to consult overviews over a period.
Explained! is for companies that want to be sure that they act in accordance with consolidated laws and regulations. Being aware of legislation is one thing, but what do these changes mean for your business?
In Explained! there is a clear explanation for each legislative change, so that you do not have to go through the legal text. This saves you time and allows you to anticipate quickly in the processes in your company.
With Guided! you will be completely unburdened. At the start of the subscription, our consultant will visit your company. The intake provides an analysis of raw materials, processes and products for an optimal company-specific profile.
Every quarter you will receive practical advice about the implementation of the legislative changes tailored to your company.
Do you also have questions about the interpretation of legislation? Ask all your questions to the regulatory affairs helpdesk.
You can then view the legislative changes in the Food Law Guide together with your colleagues.
- European legislation;
- National Dutch legislation (to be expanded soon to Belgium legislation and other EU countries);
- legal journals.
In addition to new laws and legislative changes, you will also find, for example, ROW reports, parliamentary questions and BOB applications in the Food Law Guide.
In each message you will read the official title, the date the legal change will entry into force, the link to the official announcement and at Explained! and Guided! the explanations, so that you do not have to go through the legal texts.
At Précon, our editorial team works on daily basis on the clear explanations of each message in the Food Law Guide. This editorial team consists of experienced regulatory affairs specialists who also draw up the quarterly reports.
They are also the consultants who are there for you when asking the helpdesk.
You can adjust your profile at any time, when, for example, a change in raw materials, products or process takes place. After you have set the profile, the Food Law Guide selects the legislative changes that are relevant to you.
You can find this in the Food Law Guide under the button "Relevant legislation".
Useful, when you want to discuss a number of legal changes with your colleagues during your monthly QA meeting. Or if you want to mail these legal changes within your organization.