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14AllergensFree 2h
Thanks to Sarah for this too. 'Compound' ingredients or 'mixes' (eg spice mix, herb blend) can be described as just that. But have to be declared if present among them.
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FoodStandardsAgency Sep 11
Did you know 60% of 16-24s with food allergy/intolerance worry about eating out because of their condition? Train yr staff to make it easy for young people to ask about . Help make it More here:
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Cafe Met Belfast 8h
Food allergy? If you have a food allergy, please speak with a member of our catering team if you require any information about ingredients in the dishes we have on our menu
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14AllergensFree Sep 20
They're free of all so yes.
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Alex Gazzola 22h
Fair point. Take it it's Oral Allergy Syndrome, related to hay fever, in which the allergens are easily denatured by heating or other processing. Doesn't really effect the top , though.
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BDA British Dietetic Association 5h
Food businesses are legally obliged to provide accurate info on . Free training, templates and resources to help:
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Erudus Sep 20
We're here at the tradeshow today, pop over and discover how can help you identify food allergen ingredients
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West Sussex Trading Standards ⚖️ Sep 19
Help make it easy for customers to ask for info on when making orders or reservations.
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Trading Standards Sep 18
We are encouraging people to ask about in the food they buy. Help them by making it
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Hazel Langley Sep 17
We will be supporting the young people's allergy campaign raising awareness of the , reminding businesses of the provisions of allergy information required by law and building confidence in young people to ask about allergy information.
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Torfaen Council Sep 17
Torfaen Council are helping raise awareness to The Food Standards Agency's month-long allergy campaign. Can’t see information about in your food? You have a right to ask and be answered.
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Safer Eating Sep 13
We have a fantastic taste test for you today 😀. I discovered The Happy Snack Company UK almost a year ago and they are definitely shaking up the free-from snack market...
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Allergy Mum UK Sep 12
Before the regulations came in I asked our local cafe if a cake contained nuts - the response from chef was ‘my recipes are secret’ 😡 He was an utter arse.
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Allergy UK Sep 11
We understand that living with food allergy is never easy. When you’re buying food or eating out, you have a right to ask for information on . Remember it’s .
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