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We have different levels of risk regarding the presence of allergens or risk of cross contamination in our foods, and we want to give you as much information as possible to help you make a decision as to whether the food is suitable for your circumstances.

There’s a few ways you can find out:

On our packs

  • Any allergens that are present in our foods, including cereals containing gluten, are shown in bold in the ingredients list.
  • We also declare which allergens our foods may contain in our Safety Advice section on pack.  We carry out a risk assessment to determine whether an advisory statement is needed and try to avoid a blanket ‘may  contain' statement on our foods, as this can be equally unhelpful. Just because an allergen is present in the same factory, it doesn't necessarily mean there is a risk of cross contamination, and if this is not stated on our packs then the allergens are fully controlled to prevent the risk of cross contamination.

On our foods pages

  • Where you can find all the allergen information about each food.

Our food information sheet

  • This has a list of all our foods with information about which allergens are in the food and whether allergens are present in the factory where they’re made.

If you have any more questions or concerns, please do get in touch.

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