Absolutely, because you need to be able to prove that other allergens besides the named allergen aren't making their way into your product.
Hi there, we have an allergen management program in place. We are trying our best to segregate the allergens and validate the cleaning procedures but we have all allergens on site. We bake cookies, loaf cakes and fruit cake and donuts as an e.g. milk , soya, egg, wheat gluten are present is majority products. We took Peanut as a chief allergen as it is not present in all products. We baked Choco chip cookies in morning followed by Peanut butter cookies later in day and loaf cake at same time on the different line here eggs are present in chocolate chip cookies and loaf cakes but not in Peanut butter cookies. We have validated cleaning procedures in place still we write "May Contain eggs" statement on the label for Peanut Butter Cookies. So now here do I need to provide any other clarification? If we are missing something at some point. Thanks in advance
Edited by Jacob Timperley, 18 May 2021 - 10:38 PM.
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