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Posted 24 March 2017 - 08:00 PM

Allergen Management

 

Taking place:

Friday, March 31, 2017 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time

This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start
 
Presenter:

Jennifer McCreary, Technical Manager, Training and Education Services, Global Food Division, NSF International

 
Webinar Overview:

Allergen labelling errors and allergen management issues causes the largest number of recalls in North America and the EU. The presentation will looks at the nature of the recalls and the components of the Food Safety Management System that may need attention or review to error proof the system and drive improvement in the number of recalls. 
 
 

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Posted 31 March 2017 - 06:54 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Ahmed : hi 
Louie : Hello from Seattle
Maged : hi
Amaia Tapuerca : Hello from Belgium!
Ewa : Hello everyone :)
Rachneet Toor : Hi, this is Rachneet Toor from Canada
Terri : good morning from Buffalo NY
Olivier : hi from Lochristi, Belgium
Parker : Morning/afternoon from Oregon!
Aisha : hi
Christina : Hello from OH
Luis Aresta : hi from portugal
Jeff : Hello
Joshua : Good morning from Dallas, Texas everyone
vimala : Hello eveyrone from Toronto
Hui Ling : Hi from Australia! 
Mokhtar Harb : hi from Cairo, Egypt
Gary : hello
Ahmed : From Kuwait ;)
Loni : Good Morning from Ohio 
Brian : Greetings from southern MN
Anu : Greetings from Canada! :)
Stuart : Good Morning from Valders, Wisconsin
Deanna : Hello From Indiana
june : Good Morning from ON, Canada
Wendy : Hello from The Netherlands
Mehran Moradi : Hi from Iran
Derrick : Hello from Dallas
Iain : Hello from Bristol UK
rachel : Greetings from the UK
Linda : Hello from Ireland
Martha : Houston says hello
sandra : Good morning from Jamaica
Patricia de García : Hi everyone, Patricia from Guatemala!
suma : hi iam suma , Irelnaf 
Deborah Chan : Hello from Singapore
Taina : Hello from Helsinki Finland
Bruce : turn on your sound Simon
Patricia de García : I cannot hear
Ian Coupal : No Audio
Simone : I can´t hear you
Loni : No sound 
Brian : No audio, Simon
Luis Aresta : no sound
Gary : no audio
Odette : no audio
Norm : no audio
Roberta : No audio
Robert : No audio at this point\
Derrick : no sound 
Andrew : no sound
Ahmed : no sound
Maged : cannot hear
Konstantinos : no sound
Ian Coupal : No Audio
stephanie levell : no audio
Connie : No sound
Deanna : no sound
David : no sound
Elaine : no audio
Wendy : No audio
Stacy : no sound
Bruce : no sound
Alan from BlueMD Ltd : I can't hear anything Simon
Rita : NO AUDIO
DANIELA ANELLI : NO SOUND
Ray : Hello from Wellingborough, UK
Fazal : no sound
Rachneet Toor : no audio
Maged : NO SOUND
Aisha : no audio
Andrew : we can't hear you
Ewa : no sound 
Hui Ling : Can't hear anything 
vimala : No Audio
James : I can't hear anything
suma : no audio
Fazal : its ok
Gary : looks like froze
Jacinthe : Hello, Quebec city
Maged : OK
Sheena : Thats better
Brian : There we go!
Konstantinos : ok
Ian Coupal : thank you
Alan from BlueMD Ltd : got it
Wendy : Thank you !
David : there we GO!!!!!
Jessica : Thank you! Hello!
Andrew : we hear you now
Stuart : Thank you!
James : There we go
Derrick : working
Claire : Sound is on! YAY!
Ahmed : ok
Emmanuel : Emmanuel from Birmingham
Margarida : no sound
suma : now okm
Jan Jackson : Hello
DANIELA ANELLI : OK
Robert : Reconnect gets audio
Sripriya : Hi from NY
Nizar         : Good morning from Canada
christine testa : hi from brooklyn ny
Malgorzata : Hello from Poland
Odette : Hi Jennifer - Odette from Jamaica
Kristi Miller : Hey Jan!
Ivar P Brandt : Hello from Caldwell, Idaho, USA
Niraj : Hello from India
Josipa : Hello from Croatia
Mina : hello
Ray : Hello
Marina : Hello From Wisconsin
kamorudeen : good afternoon from lagos nigeria
Shere- Dean : Shere-Dean from jamaica
David : Hello From Westmoreland Jamaica
Geoffrey : Hallo from Chimoio Mozambique
Martha : Still no sound ( I re-connected twice?)
Elaine : Hello from ST. LOUIS, MO, USA
Susanna Pesonen : Hello from Finland
hammadshafiq_93@yahoo.com : Hello from KSA
Stephanie : Good morning from Tennessee!
Chillida : Hi from Spain
Raul : Good morning from Tonala Jalisco
Andres : Hello from El Salvador
Innocent Laurent : Hello from FL, USA
kamorudeen : good afternoon from lagos nigeria
Fazal : From Canada
Carlos : Hello from Portugal, Carlos
Stephen : Hello from Kansas City Kansas
Rachneet Toor : still no voice
Fazal : Yes
Maged : yes
Simone : Hello from Germany
Larry : Hello from Pendleton Oregon
Jean-Yves : Hello from Los Angeles
suma : yes fantastic 
DANIELA ANELLI : hello from italy
Andres : yes
David : clear and loud
Olivier : sound OK
David Levy : SHALOM Everybody from ISRAEL!!!
Stacy : hello from New York
Gary : no audio and no video?
Greg : yes
DAPO : Hi from Nigeria
Kimberly : Hello from Texas!
Laura : Hi from Cleveland
goodwin : hallow from Malawi the warm heart of Africa
Pontus : Hello from Sweden
Clyde : Hello from Cincinnati, Ohio
Judy : Hello from Dallas, tx
prachi jain : Hello from Milton, Ontario Jennifer
MARIA JOAO CARDOSO : Hello from Portugal!
Niesha : Hello everyone
Farida Hosein : Hi Jennifer
Jim : Hello from Atlanta.  Did not have to travel the interstate today.
Nila : Hello from Toronto
HASAN : hi from Turkey
Mehran Moradi : no sound!
Joshua : Judy, dallas tx ftw!
Nazare : Hi from Protugal
Maged : hello
Martha : Hello from Toronto, Canada
Kim : Good morning all- Kim
Stephen : Registered
darshana : Hi Darshana from India
Rachneet Toor : Please fix the audio and video
Martha : There was sound when I logged on early?
Joshua : If no sound or video, hit reconnect down at the bottom 
Simon Timperley : i forgot to switch mic on should be good now
andreas : HI ALL ANDY,  TEXAS
Michele Pietersen : Hello from South Africa
Shere- Dean : Not seeing or hearing anything
Rick : Hello from Fremont, Micihan
Fernanda Vargas : Hello from Costa Rica
Igor : Hi form Prague
Rose : Hello from the Philippines!
Amelia : Hello from Philippines.
Aparna : Aparna from Toronto
Ricardo Villota : Hello from Lake Bluff, Illinois
Martha : hello from Guadalajara, jalisco
Mark : Good Morning from Kansas!
Claire : Hello from Detroit!
Roberta : Hello form Apulia - Italy
Ramon Vera : Good morning from Los Angeles, CA
Goldi Chauhan : Greetings from Abu Dhabi UAE
Martha : Only seeing one slide and still no audio (Have re-connected 3 times)
Rachneet Toor : i have reconnected several times, still no audio or video
BLANCA : HELLO FROM GURNEE IL
Margarida : Hi from Lisbon
Blanca : Good Day!
aggie : Hello 
AISHA kulsoom : hi from Toronto, ontario
Jon : Greeting from a not terribly sunny Indiana. Big Wally
Paul : Even low levels of allergens like gluten below cut off values intentionally added to products must be declared
Bob : Hello from Jupiter
Oscar : Audio is very low
mp : No carry over? What is the requirement to declare "may contains" group of allergens on a finished product? 
Parker : I would like to know more about the 'may contain' statement. 
Parker : paul i did not know that thank you.
Shere- Dean : Has the webinar started?
Shere- Dean : No audio or video
Raul : Audio issues again???
Martha : Success!  I totally logged off and rejoined
Patricia : Good morning from Jamaica
Yusufu : Hello from MA, U.S
Simon Timperley : if youtube is blocked in your business you cannot attend the webinar
Bruce : If you have done the training, and still have the issue, then maybe "training'" is not the true root cause?
Catherine Babatuyi : Hello everyone from Nigeria
Mohammad : Hello from Bangladesh
Julian : Hello from Colombia
Stuart : Bruce - ? Still could be train method or curriculum is an issue or culture of not trusting the training
Jean Blaise : Hi everybody from Dublin 
Sylwester Wilczek : hello from Poland
Mohammad : In Bangladesh, still there is no allergen rules by government.
Shere- Dean : Can somebody say where the trainig has began 
Junghwan : Hello from Korea 
enrique : Good morning from  Alsip
MARIA JOAO CARDOSO : yes, Shere- Dean! It has!
Paul : Are efficient control methods enough to ignore the MAY CONTAIN statement?
Shere- Dean : whether or not
Elaine Cadrin : Hello from Canada -  Elaine
Bruce : # Stuart - I think you are right - my point is repeating the same training is not the answer
Stuart : Bruce - !00% agree
Robert : Excellent focus on the people component
Shere- Dean : Ok. Thanks. Im not seeing or hearing.
Brian : We produce one product from one ingredient - oats.  Oats are not an allergen in the USA, but may have incidental contact with wheat or soy during harvest, storage or transport. What do you suggest in terms of labeling? Would a "May contain" label be sufficient?
Jacinthe : Quebec, Canada
ROCHELLE : GOOD DAY
MLChillida : IMportan is to verify te efficiency and effectiveness of the training activity
JEMA : Hi from Lagos,Nigeria 
Julian : Brian I think you should develop a risk analysis and then establish if it should be declare in the label
Linda Dun : Hello from St Albans, UK
prachi jain : complexity assessment should also include if the supervisors are allowing enough time for clean up between changeovers
Raylene : Hello All
Brian : Already did that, Julian...the risk is minimal and rare, but it does exist.
Filippo : Ciao from Italy!
Sheena : Brian. Do you do any testing of your raw material in regard to gluten?
Paul : Hi Brian. There might be possible cross contamination during storage or transport. I think a MAY CONTAIN statement is necessay
Jon : No such thing as Error Proof
Rita : fda reg says if allergen is present due to incidental contact during harvesting it does not need to be declared. 
Brian : Sheena - No, because oats don't contain gluten.
Konstantinos : Hi from Greece
Julian : Then i think you don´t need to declare
Brian : Rita - that's what I found, too...but I am a little gun-shy about it...
Julian : as Rita says, for FDA you do not need to declare
Sheena : Brian, I know that but are you checking that there has been no cross contamination as part of your intake checks
Andrew : re. oats you need to look at the legislation in your country of sale
Bruce : #jon - lets use "error resistant"
Brian : Sheena - No, we are not currently
elvina : hello from Indonesia
George : Hi from Cyprus
Ryan : Hello from Los Angeles!  Better late than never...
Ruggero : Hello From MIlan
Jane : Hi from Lagos, Nigeria
Rita : We have tested our incoming wheat flour and have found soy in rather large quantities. We have debated adding a may contain statement, but if not gone down that path yet
Stuart : We only have 3 ingredients, - Soybean, Water, and Calcium.  Soybeans is of course an allergen but other would not be present unless incidental contact (away from our plant).  Since we ship in bulk, both two and from our plant, harvest and transportation vehicles May be issue like Brian's question
Sheena : Brian, then I would say you would need a may contains to prove a level of due diligence.
Parker : rita i would talk to your supplier
Brian : Rita - That's what I'm worried about, too...
Olivier : do not agree thta a may conatina label is equal to due diligence
Brian : Sheena - I think Olivier is right, a "May contain" label doesn't necessarily show due dilligence; in fact, in some places, the FDA has stated that it does not.
Bruce : #Rita - if your tests show presence of Soy, then you would be seen as negligent to mot label it - FDA would order you to do a full recall
LAKSHMI : hello
Iain : Rita, what do you mean by large quantities?  It could be deliberate adulteration rather than cross contamination.
Geoffrey : Brian-Audit your supplier systems,strengthen your risk analysis on incoming raw materials as well...but i think you need to include the may contain allergens on labels
Rita : According to the regulation incidental contact  is allowed when it comes to raw agricultural products. read the reg. It is quite clear.
Stuart : I agree with the due diligence comments, we feel we have done due diligence and have appropirate transportatiion policies, inspections, and documentation in place, however, as the presentation, other people, particularly those is transportation, are my concern
nacer Eddine : Hi, Nacer
Bruce : incidental presence is different to tests showing large amounts 
Francoise : Hello from Seattle WA
Brian : Geoffrey - Supplier system and risk analysis have little to do with it; it's simply a fact of the nature of the grain growing, harvesting and transporation process.
Brian : According to the Q&A Document released by the FDA, labeling of allergens from cross-contact is not required.
Simone : Thanks for the link, Brian!
MARIA JOAO CARDOSO : In the industry i work for, we have all the possible allergens besides molluscs and crustaceans. we are trying to get our suppliers to have analysis so that we, as an industry,can evaluate our need for "may contain", or else it will be a confusion...
Stuart : Thank you Rita.  We wish be be out ahead of the regulations and are more concerned with even if regulations allow, we don't want to be part of a public "issue or problem"
Brian : Bruce - You are right...but what are the limits that would go from incidental presence to "large amounts"?  There's no written guidance on this...
mp : Hello from Seattle, WA, USA home of big salmon, tall trees and great coffee.
Jennifer : Hello from Montreal
Brian : You're welcome, Simone
Julian : Brian, what I learned from FDA "may contain" is not a solution, you should have enought data for not declare or declare an allergen 
Ryan : There are no established quantities for allergens by US FDA.  It is either "presence" or "absence".  The presence being above the level of detection for the test.
Bruce : #Brian - agree. I was just commenting on the comment made about tests showing "large amounts" - that could not be classified as incidental
Simone : Brian, I am from Europe and have no knowledge about US-Regulations so this is very interesting for me.
Brian : Good point, Bruce
Ryan : Be very careful if you have found allergens in raw materials that are unexpected....if you do find them I would recommend covering yourself by using the "may contains" statement.
Martha : An in line UPC check would catch a disruption in roll stock and different skus being put together on same roll.
Ryan : The may contains statement covers you, but the FDA wants you to use best practices to prevent cross-contact.
Chi Samuel : hello from Cameroon 
Kristi Miller : Is anything in-the-works to require packaging disclosure when latex gloves are worn by food or equipment handlers?
Psyche kwok : Hello from calgary
Brian : The problem with grains is that it's totally hit and miss...one load may be totally clean, the next may have stratified pockets of other grains that might not be found when sampling and testing.
abel : HI all, Would Soy Lecithin require  a preventative control when severity is low and likelihood for cross contact is high? There is no detectable levels of Soy Protein. 
Anu : Can you claim "Gluten Free" on your labels, even when we have gluten products in house?
Ryan : Brian, in that case you use the "may contains" statement.  If you have seen the allergen cross contact before the FDA will hammer you if you don't use the "may contains" statement.
Simone : @Anu: If the product is gluten free.
Iain : In the EU Gluten Free is defined as less than 20ppm
Rita : This is what drives me crazy about this regulation. They advise aginst using the may contains and they have no scienitifc studies except for gluten as to what levels cause an allergic response.
Ryan : @Anu...look up the US FDA guidance on "gluten free" labeling.  There are some specific requirements.
Brian : Ryan - that's kind of how I'm leaning...but it's just so unclear what exactly we should do, it seems very open to interpretation
prachi jain : Latex is not a food allergen per FDA, CFIA or EU 
Brian : Very true, Rita
Ryan : @Rita...actually, there is an established level for gluten, 20 PPM
Geoffrey : Ryan-Its correct,Brian has to use the may contain allergen statment on the label..
Ryan : @Brian...in all cases, CYA....
Simone : the product has to be "free" according to the relevant law. 
Brian : Ryan - that's what I"m thinking, too...but wondering if a "May contains" statement sufficiently works  for that...
Martha : Verify beginning-middle-end
Rita : Read my entire comment. I'm well aware of the gluten limit
patricia : patricia
Hui Ling : Does anyone have any issue with declaring nut allergen? Does it have to be really specific because now what we do are just declaring 'may contain peanut and tree nuts" 
Duygu : Hello from Turkey, Mersin 
Christi : So can you claim gluten free at the 20ppm limit and it's not going to bother someone with the allergy?
Rita : Thats what their case studies have determined.
Brian : Christi - that's the problem; some gluten-sensitive people are ultra-sensitive, and will react at levels under 20 ppm
Simone : @Christi: well that depends on the sensivity of the consumer
Brian : That's why the FDA hasn't set the 20 ppm level as a hard-and-fast rule...it's actually very hotly debated right now
Brian : Simone, you are correct
Simone : Brian, I am a "club member" ;-) 
Martha : This happened to Progresso Soup in 2016!
Ryan Mills : @Rita, I read your entire comment.  There are studies indicating the gluten levels with allergic reactions.  The FDA established this limit with input from those studies.
Andrew : Under EU Regs you can claim gluten free below 20ppm - but then you have to label any ingredient with gluten present in the ingredient list, even if end product has < 20ppm
Brian : Andrew, I'm curious...what if you aren't claiming gluten-free?  Do you still have to label that it contains gluten?
Ramon Vera : I missed the link for FDA labeling, would you mind Bruce?
Simone : An allergen has to be declared, as far as I know.
Andrew : yes, you would still have to label in the ingredients list
Pontus : Andrew: So a gluten-free Oat product must include a highlighted "oat" in the ingredient declaration?
Ramon Vera : Thanks Brian
Brian : Even if the gluten was from incidental contact with non-ingredients?
Andrew : EU has 14 allergens that you have to highlight in the ingredients list
Ryan Mills : @Brian, only if it is an ingredient, not if incidental contact.
Chi Samuel : thanks for the link Brian
Paul : We know the MAY CONATIN statement is not a regulatory issue. But if the retailer does not transmit this statement from his supplier to final consumers, can this be a cause for recall?
Andrew : if incidental cross-contamination then it is not from an ingredient so would not be in the ingredients list; but if you have reasonable expectation of cross-contamination then you should label with a warning
Ryan Mills : @Paul, depends on the situation.  Hard to answer without knowing/understanding the specifics of the product(s) and process.
sandeep : 6 ng/ml detection for Peanut during cleaning validation is it a PASS/FAIL?
Andrew : case history shows that if you have cross contamination & don't label, and FSA detect the allergen, it will require a recall
Fran : What about wheat grown in an area that may contain soy, canola, mustard? Do you say may contain when there is only the remotest chance? 
Andrew : only if reasonable chance after risk assessment
Fran : Is there a detection rate level for soy?
Olamide : Hello from Hungary
Simone : Greetings to Hungary!
Sumalee : Hello from Thailand
ossama Ismail : Hello from Cairo , Egypt
Mokhtar Harb : @Fran ... wheat is supposed to go under cleaning process in mills before being milled ... this can lead to wheat (nearly) free from what you have mentioned
Olivier : be aware that for commetrcial kits avaiable, detection limits may be depending on the matrix you are testing in. Menaing that  you have to validate detection kits in their use for your products.to make sure there is no interefrence or to know what actual recover rates are. 
Edith : Hello from Uruguay
lum : hello from Cameroon
Chi Samuel : hello Lum 
ROCHELLE : this is so informative. I really appreciate this presentation and look forward to the slides as soon as possible. 
nkwekam : greetings from West Africa
Fran : @Mokhtar yes, true.It's the customer and auditors who need to be reassured .Even after wheat is chlorinated and goes through a sorter/cleaning house! 
Rita : Good point Oliver.
alyssa : should be under locked control
Linda : Due to technical issues with PC I am only able to log on now. Is it possible to get copy of webinar?
Ramon Vera : Very good focus on the factors for incorrect labeling so far!
alyssa : @Linda.  copy of the presentations are a great part of attending these great webinars.  
Geoffrey : Efficiency factors override procedures...production Managers are you listening?
prachi jain : 100% AGREE Geoffery
Simone : QM is influenced by firm culture and national culture. Does anyone know if and how strong this influences international supply?
sandeep : 6 ng/ml detection for Peanut during cleaning validation is it a PASS/FAIL?
Louie : Thank You
Maged : Thank you Jennifer
Natalia : thank you very much 
Rita : Just recently attended a FSMA class and the FDA totally avoided answering the very same questions posed in this chat today. Very frustrating.
Odette : Great information
Wendy : Thamk you !
ROCHELLE : Thanks much Jennifer
Patricia de García : Thank you, Jennifer!
Maged : yes :)
Robert : Excellent Seminar
Paula Fanning : confused about the time, wasn't it 11 am eastern time last week? Can you send this?
Kunyi Jiang : Thank you Jennifer
Simone : Thanks for the webinar!
ROCHELLE : Yes it is... a real GOLD MINE
Catriona : Excellent!
Joshua : Thank you Jennifer! Great information 
Sripriya : excellant presentation
Kim : Excellent presentation- Thank you Jennifer!
Stuart : Great Job!  Thank you!!!!
Paul : Excellent presentation
Julian : Excellent seminar
Rick : Thank you 
Sandra : Must the allergen label match the list in place for the country of ORIGIN, or the country of DESTINATION?
prachi jain : Thanks Jennifer, Very informative as always 
Josipa : thanks
Gary : will you send us the presentation
Mokhtar Harb : Thanks for the great presentation
Elisha : Thank you
George : Many thanks. Excellent webinar
Jennifer : Thank you so much. Well done!
Christian Thomas : Awesome!  Thank you!
Sripriya : Thank you!
Nizar         : Very informative presentation
Jessica : thank you, that was very helpful!
andreas : GREAT INFORMATION
Geoffrey : Very well done!
Judy : Great presentation
vimala : Great job ! fishbone analysis is good
Chi Samuel : thank you, wonderful presentation 
Anu : Great PPT! Thanks :)
David : THANKS
Jhon : I have realised that a QP is needed (Quality Planner). How much different are rules about allergen in US vs EU?
Julian : Sandra, Country of destination
E : Thank you for the great presentation!
Laura : Thank you for your time and knowledge
Ramon Vera : Great presentation thank you!
ROCHELLE : I will be watching this presentation again as soon as I get the link. Thank you very very much. 
Raylene : Thank you, very informative
darshana : thank you for sharing such useful information
mp : Very GOOD presentation!!
maxine : good rresentation
nkwekam : thanks for the fantastic presentation
Tamieka Sewell : Great presentation!
Teresa : Hello Mrs jennifer and Simon a Very Good presentation and very well explained. Thank you very much for your concern in transmition this very sensible information.
Elaine Cadrin : Thank you for the information
ROCHELLE : I cannot thank you enough.
Wendy : EU has 14 allergenes
Iain : lupin?
lum : great job!!
Farida Hosein : Fantatic Presentation.
Jannet : Great presentation
Rita : Your allergen declaration must match the country of destination
Pontus : Lupin is included in EU allergen list
Helena : Hi there from Manila Philippines :-)
june : Could you please explain the "may contain" statement on the label
Toni Lorenz : Thank You!  Can I get certificates for myself and QA member that watched webinar with me?
sandeep : 6 ng/ml detection for Peanut during cleaning validation is it a PASS/FAIL?
Wendy : in the EU it is
Maged : Thank You Both really great session
AISHA kulsoom : if a plant have more than 6 allergens how to allergen cleaning validate them
Larry : Great Presentation
Connie : Will the presentation be emailed out?
mp : May Contains is not a requirement to put on lable??? from source ingredients
Mohamed : Hello
darshana : for gluten allergen < 20ppm can be claimed as gluten free and 20-100 ppm can be labelled as low gluten . is there any such specification for peanut , soya and milk
Jan Jackson : Very informative presentatiom
Maribel : when you put MAY CONTAIN... its not a clear information. I think they are saying... I'm not cleaning my workplace 
Julian : Based on the FDA, when can you use may contain in the label? 
Declan Blanchfield : Simon the big debate on the comments is the 'may contain' situation and grey area. Perhaps another webinar could cover this in more detail? 
Helena : is there any standard way to declare allergen information?
Christian Thomas : Agree with you Maribel
Ramon Vera : good session today, no interruption at all!
Preben : What is allowed accepted limits for allergens e.g. all milch?
nkwekam : How do we address unknown allergens in a crises situation?
Wendy : How can you check online between mulluscs and crustaceans ??
Wendy : molluscs.. :)
Preben : What is allowed accepted limits for allergens e.g. all milch?
David Levy : Thanks for the informative presentation!!!
Iwona : Great presantation
darshana : for gluten allergen <  20ppm can be claimed as gluten free and 20-100 ppm can be labelled as low gluten . is there any such specification for peanut , soya and milk
Mythri  R : Nice presentation
Rajneesh Pathak : Rajneesh from india
goodwin : thanks simon and the presenter for the insightful of allergens its been very refreshing especially the ishikawa model . Great staff
Ivar P Brandt : When performing a Risk Assessment Be aware contractors may bring in grease with allergens, be sure you informed and trained them about your Allergen Management Program requirem,ents
Shobana : good presentstion today
Francis : Thank you, great presentation
Paul : We are currently working on a Gluten-free project. Must the gluten validation tests be done by an accredited external lab?
ROCHELLE : THANK YOU SO MUCH. 
Ivar P Brandt : Great presentation, very useful!
Kunyi Jiang : Thank you
Anu : Can you declare "Gluten free" on labels though our plant contains gluten ingredients? In this scenario, would it be "May Contain"?
Jhon : Thank you! very interesting
Kelsey : Thank you! Excellent!
Joshua : Thank you both! Great presentation 
Julian : thank you great presentation
Olamide : Thank You
Luis Aresta : thank you
ROCHELLE : YES WE ARE!!
Kunyi Jiang : Thank you
prachi jain : thanks Simon and Jennifer
Teresa : Have a nice weekend . A great presentaion!
AISHA kulsoom : thank you great presentation 
Declan Blanchfield : Excellent information. Thank You both. 
Kunyi Jiang : Thank you Simon

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