Graphic Explains Why the Product Label Alone Can’t Keep You Safe from Allergens

Dont Trust the Label Alone Graphic

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sets regulations regarding the labeling of packaged foods. Under FALCPA — The Food Allergy Labeling and Consumer Protection Act of 2004 — manufacturers are required to label for specific allergens, but the regulations established under the act are flawed and skewed to favor manufacturers over allergic consumers.

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Here is our latest graphic summarizing why you can’t rely on the product label alone to keep you safe from your allergens of concern. Click on the graphic to download a PDF copy you can print at home and keep handy:

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