What must operations do to fulfill the requirements in Section 23.6 (Allergens) of the CanadaGAP manuals? How will the corresponding question be marked in the Audit Checklist? What are some examples of potential allergens operations might need to consider?

Every operation is required to complete the allergen section (including Form S). The simplest way for operations to complete the requirements

What must operations do to fulfill the requirements in Section 23.6 (Allergens) of the CanadaGAP manuals? How will the corresponding question be marked in the Audit Checklist? What are some examples of potential allergens operations might need to consider?2019-04-12T16:05:48-04:00

In some cases, employees may bring food for lunch/snacks that contain potential allergens. Should employees’ lunches be considered as part of the allergen assessment and included on Form S (Allergen Information – Assessment)?

No, employees’ lunches and snacks do not need to be considered in the allergen assessment section of the manual. Hazards associated

In some cases, employees may bring food for lunch/snacks that contain potential allergens. Should employees’ lunches be considered as part of the allergen assessment and included on Form S (Allergen Information – Assessment)?2017-11-03T16:25:19-04:00

Can an operation keep using agricultural chemicals if they have potential allergens (e.g., soya, sulphites, etc.) as ingredients? Do these potential allergens have to be declared on the product/packaging label?

The science regarding allergens being present in agricultural chemicals and then remaining on the product is not well documented at this

Can an operation keep using agricultural chemicals if they have potential allergens (e.g., soya, sulphites, etc.) as ingredients? Do these potential allergens have to be declared on the product/packaging label?2017-11-03T16:25:20-04:00
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