Artisan Food Law provides:

  • Free introductory legal information – to help inform you about food law.
  • A blog to intrigue you on important issues of the day.
  • ​Subscribers have full access to the Artisan Food Law Library and the opportunity to engage in discussion and ask questions.

A one-year subscription to Artisan Food Law costs £25 - scroll down to ‘Add to cart' to get started.

Subscriber benefits:

  • Full access to the Artisan Food Law Library and Q&A.
  • The opportunity to 'Ask a Question?' where any difficulty arises in understanding food law.
  • The ability to commission, at an additional cost, more in-depth research to help answer your questions.
  • A monthly subscriber bulletin with a round-up of latest news and developments, links to relevant Artisan Food Law content and other authoritative sources of information.
  • Occasional technical briefings on recent developments.
  • All content in the Artisan Food Law Library can be downloaded and printed in user-friendly PDF format – files are fully referenced, and hypertext linked to sources.

Who should subscribe?

  • Established artisan and small-scale food producers.
  • Established specialist food wholesalers and retailers.
  • Professionals engaged in supporting and advising small food businesses.
  • Anyone who aspires to start a food business or is simply curious to explore how the law impacts on our food.

Clicking ‘Pay and complete purchase’ when making your payment means that you have read and agreed to the Terms of Use of Artisan Food Law and that you understand the Disclaimer that Artisan Food Law provides information only. If you require legal advice you must consult a practising lawyer.