Food and beverage products are recalled due to reasons ranging from contamination to incorrect labelling, and here is New Food's roundup of the most recent cases.
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The Board has stressed its commitment to supporting food businesses to keep consumers safe, and to develop a greater understanding of food allergens through further research, which would make a significant improvement to people’s lives in this area.
Mondelez UK is recalling Cadbury Dairy Milk Little Robins from consumers, because some packets allegedly contain the allergen almonds, which are not indicated on the label.
In the past five years, the number of teenagers requiring allergy-related hospital treatment has more than doubled, and schools are calling for more refined details of best practices to prevent future cases.
Pret a Manger and food supplier Planet Coconut are to appear at Bristol Crown Court over the death of a woman who suffered a fatal dairy-related allergic reaction.
Researchers from King's College London have said that their study shows immunotherapy - the gradual introduction of the allergen into the individual's diet - offers "protection but not a cure" for peanut allergies.
Researchers have found out that sesame allergy occurs in an estimated 17 percent of children who have other food allergies. They also discovered that sesame antibody testing accurately predicts whether a child with a food allergy is allergic to sesame.
New York Style Sausage Co reportedly sold raw pork sausage products containing undeclared sesame seeds, which were discovered by the FSIS during routine inspection label verification activities.
Golden Dragon Fortune Cookies Inc has recalled 5lb boxes and 100 count plastic bags of its Chinese Almond Cookies, because the products may contain undeclared milk.
Over 16 thousand packages of Samurai Inc Furikake Popcorn 5oz packages have been recalled due to fish content which is not declared on the labelling.
Peekay International Inc dry apricot products have been recalled due to undeclared levels of sulfites, discovered by testing from New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food inspectors.
The Food Allergen Centre (FAC) will be operated as a subsidiary of Romer Labs UK Ltd. under the name Romer Labs FAC.