Photo: Kashi CanadaKashi Canada has recently announced a change to their products:
Kashi* Dark Mocha Almond Whole Grain bars and Kashi* Chia Granola Dark Chocolate, Almond & Sea Salt bars, which will begin to arrive in retail stores this month.
Kashi* Dark Mocha Almond Whole Grain bars and Kashi* Chia Granola Dark Chocolate, Almond & Sea Salt bars will now include peanuts in the “May contain” statement. As part of their communication initiative to inform consumers with food allergies, they have provided information outlining this change, which we’ve included below…
Lesen Sie weiter auf: New peanut allergen precautionary statement notification from Kashi Canada
Quelle: Food Allergy Canada
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