At some point, you’ll need provide specific information about your product, claims or process to other people or organisations. Use the Due Diligence Checklist to get your information in order.
We always recommend that you start and maintain a due diligence folder (virtual or otherwise) as soon as possible. It means that all the information you might need to share with an Environmental Health Officer, retailer, customer, or even the Advertising Standards Authority is at hand.
Don’t forget, you can always talk to us about your product and its shelf-life requirements.
Complete the form to download the Due Diligence Checklist.