The new rules follow the death of teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse who had a fatal allergic reaction.Read more
Steve Harris spoke to Stuart from Poole for reaction to the news that new legislation will require a full list of ingredients to be put on pre-packaged food. Natasha's Law hopes to prevent people suffering avoidable allergic reactions. Stuart suffered a near fatal incident - when given a drink with lemon grass in it without labeling and 'died for a few seconds' when he was a teenager.
Lisa Valentine's son Bradleigh has a potentially fatal peanut allergy.
Peanut allergies often start in childhood and can be lifelong. For those affected, even coming close to peanuts can cause a violent reaction and even be life-threatening. Presenter Claudia Hammond talks to Jen about living with a severe peanut allergy and her experiences of going through experimental desensitisation therapy, which involves eating gradually increasing micro doses of peanut. Photo: Peanut butter with warning logo Credit: Getty Images
The parents of a girl who died after eating a Pret sandwich have welcomed new proposals to list ingredients.