Food Allergy Support Ltd is Registered in England and Wales: 7156516
We work in partnership with Food Integrity Consulting Ltd, a small team of experienced industry experts. Together we help manufacturers, retailers and caterers to set up effective allergen controls. Our tried-and-tested risk assessment models are now being widely adopted in the food industry. Click here for contact details.
The objective is to produce allergen action plans that are practical at shop floor level. Any risk management system has to be user-friendly so that it can easily be trained out and maintained to support new product development, recipe re-formulations etc.
Staff awareness: We run on-site information seminars for staff at all levels explaining why food allergy is so important. These can last from one hour to half a day. Subject matter includes the all-important human picture: how people are affected by food allergy in the real world. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Informing your customers: Leaflets and web pages aimed at customers with food allergy need to carry information that is accurate, up-to-date and based on what people are really concerned about. We have journalistic training plus years of experience working with consumers. Email email@example.com
Get free allergy news updates: To register for these, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Food Allergy Support is here to offer information, expert guidance and training to the food industry.
Training: Our one-day allergen training courses are run in partnership with Food Integrity Consulting Ltd. These courses are based on a tried-and-tested approach to allergen risk assessment, offering the necessary practical knowledge to implement allergen controls on the factory floor. It’s an approach that is uncomplicated, user-friendly and effective.
If you'd like to be kept informed about future courses, please register an interest by emailing David Reading at the following address:
On-site help: Your company is probably familiar with general risk management techniques but can it apply these to allergens? Often a different approach is required to ensure that:
All products at risk from cross-contact are comprehensively assessed.
Less obvious details are not overlooked.
All allergens are taken into account – without the process becoming too complicated.
The most important risk points take precedence, leading to prioritisation of action.
Control measures implemented are in line with industry best practice.