?????? Ah yep
Just because an item isn't on the list of allergens that must be declared does NOT mean you can choose to omit an ingredient!
You MUST declare all ingredients, so you have 2 choices-delay reformulation until you've used your label inventory up or eat the label cost to dispose of them
These are LEGAL requirements, your end consumer could be allergic to peas and you'd be liable
I have to say, I'm shocked by the questions posted on here lately
§ 101.4Food; designation of ingredients.(a)(1) Ingredients required to be declared on the label or labeling of a food, including foods that comply with standards of identity, except those ingredients exempted by § 101.100, shall be listed by common or usual name in descending order of predominance by weight on either the principal display panel or the information panel in accordance with the provisions of § 101.2, except that ingredients in dietary supplements that are listed in the nutrition label in accordance with § 101.36 need not be repeated in the ingredient list. Paragraph (g) of this section describes the ingredient list on dietary supplement products
You NEED to get comfortable reading and understanding regulations