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Posted 03 October 2017 - 07:11 AM



I've recently joined a  food manufacturing company and just been informed that our vending machine has sandwiches containing sesame seeds.


I've been asked to review the allergen policy as currently does not allow sesame seeds.


They would like to have permission to consume food containing sesame seeds and leave the prohibition for nuts only.


While I am confident that all our customers will not have any problem with that, I am not sure about M&S as it is my first experience with them.


I have been told that they have a specific code of practice for nuts and sesame seeds but I am still looking for it.

so I thought it could be a good idea asking for some opinions to people who had similar experience.


Thank you in advance for your response




Gerard H.

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Posted 04 October 2017 - 01:49 PM

Hi Tano,


Such things are hard to change as it's a behaviour change, so it's better to start as early as possible working on this case.


I wish you good luck! See how far you can get.


Kind regards


Gerard Heerkens

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