Completely in agreement with the previous comment, only reinforcing the idea that precautionary labeling is always the last resource to be used, once, as a result of the risk assessment and the exploration of all available control measures, it is not possible to guarantee the absence of allergens foreign to the formulation.
In the case you mention, if products with allergens are made and packaged in a separate area from products without allergens, the risk of unintentional presence of allergens through cross-contact is significantly reduced. In any case, it is necessary to evaluate the hazards at each stage of the process of making allergen-free products.
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Edited by Charles.C, 03 March 2022 - 07:31 PM.
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