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Allergen labelling

Allergen labelling

Most people enjoy a variety of foods with no problems. But for a small percentage of people, specific foods or components of food may cause adverse reactions ranging from a slight rash to a severe allergic response. In order to achieve a higher level of health protection for people and to guarantee their right to information, EU legislation has recently been modified. Food labelling should ensure transparent labelling of food ingredients classed as potential allergens.


Les allergènes sur les étiquettes des produits alimentaires

03 August 2005

Pour les personnes allergiques, il est facile de bannir certains aliments, tels que le blé ou les œufs, de leur régime alimentaire lorsque ceux-ci se présentent sous leur forme entière naturelle...