Corn

Examples of ingredients and that (may) contain / maize: 

  • corn kernels
  • maize flour
  • maize ;
  • cornstarch;
  • maize (including hydrolysed protein)
  • maize oil
  • polenta;
  • popcorn;
  • cornflakes;
  • taco (chips);
  • polenta;
  • tortillas;
  • whisky.

Points of attention:

  • syrup made from maize need not be declared;
  • Maize malt syrup need not be declared;
  • Maltodextrins and made from maize are not to be indicated. Also products made from these such as isoascorbate and not to be indicated here.
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