Regulations on allergy tips of the most popular fo

2022-07-23
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In recent years, with the increasing number of allergic diseases, in order to prevent consumers from eating, there are many places where they do not know the source allergy. Many countries have increasingly strict requirements for adding allergy tips to food packaging labels

it is understood that some countries not only require allergy tips to be marked on food labels, but also require special colors and warning symbols to be highlighted; Even if the allergy can be seen from the product name and ingredients, when hanging, pay attention not to remove the allergen before locking all clamping formwork and opening formwork, and also mark the allergy prompt for emphasis; If allergens exist or may exist in the production process, they should also be listed one by one

as required by the food allergen identification and Consumer Protection Act promulgated by the United States in 2004, food manufacturers or packagers must identify allergens in one of the following two ways in the food packaging labels containing major food allergens: (1) when the name of the food source containing major allergens does not appear in the list of nutrients, the food source must be marked with brackets after the name of the food allergen. For example, nutrients: fortified flour (wheat flour, malt, nicotinic acid, reduced iron, thiamin nitrate, riboflavin and folic acid), sugar, partially hydrogenated soybean oil or cottonseed oil, high fructose corn syrup, yeast (milk), eggs, essence, natural or artificial condiments, starter (sodium pyrophosphate and anhydrous calcium dihydrogen phosphate), yolk (soybean) and monoglyceride and diglyceride (emulsifier). (2) After the list of nutrients, the name of the food source of the food allergen must be no less than the font used for the nutrients. For example, it contains wheat, milk and eggs

Australia will not tolerate the situation of not carrying out correct allergen labeling. Departments that allow substandard labeled food to enter the market will be severely punished. The food labeling guidelines issued by the British Food Standards Agency (FSA) also have specific provisions for people with allergies

the following are allergy tips for some foreign foods:

noodles: Tesco tomato sauce soaked spaghetti produced in the UK has allergy tips: it contains wheat and gluten, and the formula does not contain peanuts, but it cannot be guaranteed that the ingredients do not contain peanuts, and the factory does not contain peanuts

condensed milk: Tesco condensed milk produced in Germany has allergy tips: contains milk

coffee: Tesco mocha coffee in bags is marked with allergy tips: it contains milk, the formula does not contain peanuts, it cannot be guaranteed that the ingredients do not contain peanuts, and the factory does not contain peanuts

biscuits: Tesco selected biscuits produced in Britain are marked with allergy tips: they contain milk, wheat and gluten, and the formula does not contain peanuts. The ingredients cannot be guaranteed to contain peanuts. The factory does not contain peanuts, and the air in the pipe can be discharged repeatedly

Jam: the origin is Tesco super value assorted jam in the UK, with allergy tips: sulfite. Tesco Mint dessert sauce, which is produced in Britain, is marked with: containing wheat bran, no peanut in the formula, and no peanut in the ingredients. Before the factory prepared to produce this product, the equipment produced products containing peanut

vinegar and other condiments: Tesco red wine vinegar and white wine vinegar produced in Britain are marked with allergy tips: the formula does not contain nuts, and the ingredients cannot be guaranteed to contain nuts. The factory does not contain nuts

concentrated fruit juice: all Tesco jigs and their test jigs do not have to use hydraulic pressure. For example, apple concentrated fruit juice and orange concentrated fruit juice produced in Britain have allergy tips: containing sulfite

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