Fish

Allergens

In 2014, the EU Food Information for Consumers Regulation set out that there are 14 allergens that food businesses need to let customers know about if they are used as ingredients in food they produce. These are ingredients that could cause allergic reactions for people who consume them.

The 14 Allergens
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Crustaceans

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Sulphites

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Soya

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Celery

and sulphur dioxide at concentrations of more than 10 mg/kg

or 10 mg/litre in terms of the total SO2

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Molluscs

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Nuts

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Milk

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Lupin

namely: almond, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews, pecans, Brazil nuts,

pistachio nuts, macadamia and products thereof

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Mustard

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Peanuts

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Fish

Allergens

You can download this page as a printable PDF. It contains the allergen information that will help you when you are designing formulas for your supplements

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Egg

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Cereals

containing gluten, namely: wheat rye, barley, oats

or their hybridised strains, and products thereof

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Sesame seeds

Water

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