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Posted 10 December 2003 - 01:46 PM

The UK's Food Standards Agency has launched a consultation on the use of alternative phrases to 'may contain' on food labels. The phrase is currently used by manufacturers on pre-packaged food to indicate the possible presence of ingredients, such as peanuts, to which people may be allergic.

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Should keep the art studios and print plate manufacturers busy for the foreseeable future. B)


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