I'm after some guidance on an allergen labelling query. I have a product which contains no allergens therefore would not require a positive allergen labelling declaration. However, through risk assessment I have identified a cross-contamination risk with egg. I have adopted the new labelling requirements of the EU Food Information to Consumers Regulation 1169/2001 which requires allergens to be "highlighted" in the ingredients list. Most retailers are opting for the declaration "For Allergens See ingredients In Bold" and our business have followed suit. However, how and where would I add a "may contains" statement if I am not declaring any allergens in the first place? I hope that makes sense? It feels uncomfortable to just plonk it on the end of the ingredients list, feels more appropriate to give it some sort of header? Not sure where this fits in the regulations though and can't seem to find any guidance notes on the FSA website. Any thoughts would be most welcome as always!