In the following an explanation of a common allergen. This case describes celery as an example. This examples are part of the iMIS Food training.
Cross-contamination happens when two different products come in contact, this can spoil them. This examples are part of the iMIS Food Training.
Food allergens are complex to manage. In some cases, certain used e-numbers are derived from other products, what could result in cross contamination.
Global allergen management is becoming more important when you export. Other countries, or continents might have different allergen requirements.
An allergen is a chemical that could trigger an allergic response. Allergen management is needed to prevent allergic reactions for the public health.
Hereby a checklist for food labeling (name, ingredients etc), to ensure that the labels meet the Dutch standards of the Dutch Food Safety Authority.
With the specification management system, SpecCheck, all the specifications of the finished product under control. SpecCheck is system from raw material to end product.