Tag Archives: Allergen Labeling

Coconut Industry Campaigns to Remove Coconuts from “Top 8” Allergen List

On September 10, the Coconut Coalition of the Americas (CCA) launched a campaign to remove coconuts from the “top 8 allergen” list.  As our readers likely know, the Food Allergen Labeling Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA) amended the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) to require the labeling of foods that contain the eight most … Continue Reading

New Study Finds Prevalence of Sesame Allergy, as Illinois Becomes First State to Mandate Sesame Labeling on Packaged Foods

A new study by researchers from Northwestern University found that 0.49% of Americans, or 1.5 million children and adults, reported having an allergy to sesame, based on responses to a national survey of over 50,000 households. The results of the study indicate that there may be more Americans with a sesame allergy than there are … Continue Reading

Taiwan to Strengthen Allergen Labeling for Prepackaged Foods

On December 11, 2017, the Food and Drug Administration of Taiwan (TFDA) released an announcement intending to repeal the existing food allergen labeling regulations and replace it by a new regulation, which was published at the same time for comments. Under the proposed new regulation, TFDA consolidates the existing six categories of foods that are … Continue Reading
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