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All products marked with this stamp are free from ug. declarable allergens according to the current version of Regulation EU No. 1196/2011.

In addition to many other allergies, there are also allergies to food. Around two to three percent of adults and four to eight percent of children are affected. Food allergies are an intolerance reaction to food that is accompanied by an immune reaction. The nature of the allergic reaction varies from person to person. Reactions range from a rather harmless mucous membrane reaction to serious complications such as shock reactions in individual cases. A distinction must be made between food allergies and food intolerances, which are intolerance reactions that do not involve the immune system and are therefore often associated with milder reactions.

People who suffer from a food allergy or intolerance must be very aware of the foods they eat and choose them carefully. Allergen labeling helps you to do this. The 14 most common triggers of food allergies and intolerances, which are responsible for the vast majority of all food allergies and intolerance reactions to food, are always labeled in the list of ingredients.

These are:

  • Cereals containing gluten
  • Crustaceans
  • eggs
  • fish
  • peanuts
  • soy
  • Milk and lactose
  • Nuts (tree nuts)
  • lupin
  • Molluscs
  • celery
  • mustard
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sulfur dioxide and sulfites

A look at the list of ingredients is crucial for allergen information. All ingredients with allergenic potential that are contained in the product in question are listed here. Clear designations ensure that the consumer can easily recognize the allergenic potential, e.g. soup seasoning (celery, mustard) or couscous (wheat). As part of the new EU Food Information Regulation, allergenic ingredients will also be highlighted visually in future.

In addition, many manufacturers also indicate the so-called 'trace labeling'. The label ? May contain traces of ...? is a voluntary indication of unintentional introduction of allergenic substances into the food, which cannot be avoided with absolute certainty by the filling equipment. The trace indication therefore does not mean that the food must actually contain traces of allergens. However, it cannot be ruled out with certainty and the consumer is informed of this possibility.
We can rule out the possibility that traces of the above-mentioned allergens are present by filling the products carefully and according to type.


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