The Nutrient Gap, founded by Georgina Stewart came out of a lifelong interest in food, exercise and nutrition.
A fresh start in a new place presented Georgina the opportunity to refocus and return to further education. This was an enjoyable and interesting time, leading to accreditation with The Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH).
Confusion about labelling was widespread. Recognising that the cost of getting good advice was prohibitive to many small food businesses and that the legislative burden grows bigger every year, The Nutrient Gap was created to fill the ‘knowledge gap’ that threatens such businesses.
The Nutrient Gap progressed into food consultancy, working with food manufacturers on training, labelling and legislative compliance.
The Nutrient Gap also helps small businesses to achieve their growth ambitions by ensuring they can approach potential distributors, confident in the knowledge that they’ve met all their legal obligations, and are compliant with their packaging, ingredient and allergen lists, nutritional profiles and any health claims – and so much more.
Georgina takes the headaches out of food law by helping them to ‘do the right things and do those things right’.
Georgina works with a number of advisors, all of whom are fully trained with qualifications in nutrition, nutrition labelling, food safety, analysis and advanced recipe calculation accredited by and are
Members of The Royal Society of Public Health.
Georgina Stewart (MRSPH)
Founder of The Nutrient Gap
Making compliance fun!