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Chun-Han Chan 16 Jun 17
It's a wrap! Great 2 days studio work shooting . Look out for new material coming soon on 🤓😘
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14AllergensFree Oct 16
Which of the have you managed to spot in cosmetics? Tree nuts, oats, soya, milk, lupin, wheat, sesame all commonly used ....
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Laurna Hunter 15 Jun 16
Not a very useful sign. Missing the point entirely
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Aldi Stores UK 25 Apr 16
Happy – we’ve teamed up with to share some top allergy tips!
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Laurna Hunter 2 Jul 16
Very clear info in Tea Jennys in Falkirk. Not somewhere I'd eat with my boy but great to see
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FoodStandardsAgency 29 Apr 16
Know your allergens: Lupin is a flower but is also found in flour, pasta, bread. It's one of the
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Laurna Hunter 7 Apr 17
free hot cross buns? Head to Morrisons!
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Chun-Han Chan 29 Apr 16
Those with peanut allergy should be careful of lupin due to similar protein & potential x-reactivity
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FoodStandardsAgency 24 Nov 16
Since13 Dec 2014, all food businesses must provide info about if used as ingredients in their meals
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Hazel Gowland Nov 7
How to include certain in your diet whilst avoiding others
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Freedom to eat Jun 18
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menutech Jun 14
And that's why there is the need for the law. 🌾🥛 Very useful video by the and :
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14 Allergens Toolkit Jun 14
We work with providing training plus we have some great display posters for your traders to display, bulk discounts available, if you would like more info diane@streetzine.co.uk will be able to help you, best wishes to all
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Hazel Gowland Jun 8
cheese made from unexpected (in Australia?) - yet another example of using a in place of another ingredient
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FoodStandardsAgency Apr 26
Top tips from our friends for those with a , who are flying or planning to fly:
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FoodStandardsAgency Apr 25
It's . If you are a food business, you need to provide information on , if they are included as ingredients in the food you serve. Free training and resources here:
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FoodStandardsAgency Sep 10
Milk can be found in more foods than you think…know your allergens. More here:
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FoodStandardsAgency Jul 19
We worked with on this video. Pls watch and RT...
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FoodStandardsAgency Jul 19
No matter how big or small your food business is, you must provide info on the . Free resources here:
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FoodStandardsAgency Jul 12
If you’re cooking for family & friends, don’t forget about those with allergies. More here:
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