More to explore:
Allergy infographic from the Food Standards Agency.
Infographic showing the 14 major food allergens. You can sign up to UK Food Standards Agency allergy alerts at food.gov.uk/email or follow #AllergyAlert on Twitter. Print-friendly version of infographic: www.food.gov.uk/sites/default/files/top-allergy-types.pdf
Infographic thumbnail: 14 allergens
The presence of allergens will need to be clearly mentioned on the label within the ingredients list. Some extracts derived from allergens don't need to be declared as the allergenic protein has been removed and are no longer considered to be allergenic. The use of logos can only be used with words and numbers to ensure full and uniform understanding of what this means to the consumer. More about allergy: http://www.food.gov.uk/scie...
Will baby formula be labelled with a fish code? There are extracts included in the ingredients
Infographic: a quick guide to food allergy and intolerance. Facts, stats and information about treatment. You can sign up to UK Food Standards Agency allergy alerts at food.gov.uk/email or follow #AllergyAlert on Twitter and Facebook.
Arsenic in our food :( new focus for Food Standards Agency
Good tool to teach kids how to read nutrition labels
Food Allergy Fun: Side Effects - Food Allergy Cartoon
A guide to traveling with food allergies.
Hidden Names for "Milk" on Labels (Avoidance List for Milk Allergy) | Kids with Food Allergies
Feeling a bit blue? Check out these ten foods that will help cheer you up! #beatblues #yum
7 ways to fold a #dumpling. \\ just watch how much filling you put in. Too much and it'll burst!
Queso Camembert al horno con miel, nueces y romero //Grilled Camembert Cheese with honey, walnuts and rosemary
The Shelf Life of Food