In your experience, the ingredient declaration is full and complete within another document? For instance a spec sheet? And not indicated on the product label?
Yes, this is correct - most of what we sell is commodities (ie. a single ingredient) but where there is more than one ingredient in a finished product, this will be captured on the specification, along with complete nutritional information.
The box/bag label will show the part number eg. M460, company name, company address, weight declaration, date of manufacture, date of expiry, storage information, shelf life after opening pack, details of allergens (if any within the product).
Where the material consists of more than one ingredient we would not necessarily provide a full ingredient breakdown on the pack label as this information is all contained on the formal specification (BRC V8 section 3.6 states the requirements for specification management - if you can obtain a copy - this is copyright so I cannot attach a copy here).
Sometimes customers do have specific label requests - although this is usually for a bespoke item which will have a customer specific part number.