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#1 Swarup Majumdar

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Posted 07 December 2015 - 07:30 AM

Hi

 

I am from a seafood processing Company in India.

Our European buyer is insisting on the implementation of the ALBA LIST in our allergen mamagement programme.

 

How can this be implemented?


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#2 JohnWheat

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Posted 07 December 2015 - 10:43 AM

Only definition I've seen is this

 

The ALBA List is often used in the food industry to query the allergen potential of a product.


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Posted 07 December 2015 - 10:53 AM

Hmmm - maybe a list of less sensitive (not on the A list per se)?

 

 

 

Cow milk protein

NO

Lactose

NO

Hen’s egg

NO

Soy protein

NO

Oil of soy bean

NO

Gluten

NO

beef, products of beef

NO

pork, products of pork

NO

Chicken meat, products of chicken

NO

Shellfishes, product of shellfishes

NO

Other animal products

NO

Maize, products of maize *

NO

Cocoa

NO

Yeast, products of yeast

NO

Vegetable / products of vegetable

NO

Leguminous plants, products of leguminous plants

NO

Nuts

NO

Oil of nuts

NO

Oil of peanuts

NO

Oil of sesame

NO

Glutamate

NO

Poppy seed, products of poppy seed

NO

Rape, products of rape

NO

Rice, products of rice

NO

Saccharose *

yes

Not added, proper to the fruit

Fructose *

yes

Not added, proper to the fruit

Spices, spice extracts, herbs

NO

Bell pepper, products of bell pepper

NO

BHA/BHT

NO

Cinnamon

NO

Vanillin

NO

Umbelliferen (anise, fennel, coriander,...)

NO

Locust bean gum

NO

Guar gum *

NO

Benzoic acid a. PHB (E210-E219)

NO

Sorbic acid

NO

Balsamumperuvianum

NO

Azo-dyestuffs

NO

Tartrazin (E102)

NO

Formaldehyde

NO

Phenylalanin

NO

Sulfite (E220 b. E228)

NO


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#4 Charles.C

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Posted 07 December 2015 - 12:09 PM

Hi

 

I am from a seafood processing Company in India.

Our European buyer is insisting on the implementation of the ALBA LIST in our allergen mamagement programme.

 

How can this be implemented?

 

Apparently (Google) -

 

Attached File  ALBA list,2013.pdf   203.73KB   124 downloads

 

Example -

 

Attached File  ALBA list example.pdf   68.24KB   104 downloads

 

Good Luck !


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Posted 13 December 2015 - 06:57 PM

ALBA is the former name of the Dutch Levensmiddelendatabank. Now known as LeDa. The latest version of the list, including the Guideline entering data in Food Allergen Database v2.0 - 2011 can be downloaded here: http://www.allergene...nl/in/downloads


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Posted 13 December 2015 - 09:36 PM

ALBA is the former name of the Dutch Levensmiddelendatabank. Now known as LeDa. The latest version of the list, including the Guideline entering data in Food Allergen Database v2.0 - 2011 can be downloaded here: http://www.allergene...nl/in/downloads

 

Hi allergenen,

 

Thks for the link. Items 7, 10, 11 seem to be in English.


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Posted 14 December 2015 - 06:14 AM

Hi

 

The LeDa list needs to followed for entering data in food allergen database for v2.0 - 2011 in conjunction with LeDa code and GS1-128 code (earlier known as UCC/EAN 128 code). 

 

The guideline for entering the database is also very helpful.

 

 

Thanks

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Posted 14 December 2015 - 08:35 AM

Hi Swarup Majumdar,

 

JFI, the list in 1st Word attachment is identical to the list in 1st PDF attachment Post 4


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Posted 25 September 2017 - 06:12 AM

Thank you very much for this information. I just was looking  for this list. In our company we have been working with the Spanish and European allergens list. But because of a client we need ALBA or LeDa list.


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