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The new international study aims to establish a standardised approach to allergen management

World’s largest food allergy study launched

By Rick Pendrous

An international study into food allergies has been launched which hopes to establish a standardised approach to allergen management for companies involved in food manufacturing.

Allergen thresholds could become available within two years

Food safety allergen thresholds by 2014: Unilever

By Rick Pendrous

Allergen thresholds that food manufacturers can use to ensure safe production within factories and for improved product labelling could become a reality within two years, a Uniliever expert has claimed.

Food labs gear up for allergen tests

Food labs gear up for allergen tests

By Rick Pendrous

Independent food laboratories are gearing up to meet increasing demand for their services from manufacturers and retailers as incidents related to allergens in foods increase.

FDF seeks to curb excessive 'may contains' labelling

FDF seeks to curb excessive 'may contains' labelling

By Elaine Watson

The Food and Drink Federation’s (FDF’s) allergens steering group has published a paper setting out a best practice approach to allergen management that aims to tackle excessive ‘may contains’ labelling.

May contain ...

May contain ...

By Elaine Watson

Would thresholds for adventitious presence of soy, nuts and sesame make allergen management any easier for manufacturers? Elaine Watson reports

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