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Reduce Your Organization’s Risk for a Food Recall Due to Allergens: Steps You Can Take Now

All commercial food production facilities have some form of an allergen management program. These programs address and control allergens through identification, declaration and cross-contact mitigation. Yet despite the existence of allergen programs, the US food industry continues to experience recalls due to allergens. This white paper provides practical tips for reducing the risk of recalls caused by allergen issues, with a focus on the US market.

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