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Applegate-(Updated 08 June)
We are committed to maintaining the highest quality and safety standards for our products. We will not be making any changes to any standards - from ingredient integrity to animal welfare - in order to increase supply during this time.
Beech-Nut (Updated 09 June)
We are confirming with our team that there are not changes being made to our ingredients due to the pandemic. As soon as we hear, we will be sure to loop back around to you.
Bob's Red Mill- (Updated 09 June)
No ingredient substitutions or changes are being made to our products as a result of this temporary food labeling policy from the FDA. Our own Quality Assurance standards, SQF certifications, and labeling standards would not allow any undeclared allergens, substitutions or significant nutritional variances to be made to our products. Our products will remain the same as they have been prior to Covid-19.
Cascadian Farms- (Updated 10 June)
As manufacturers and consumers, we understand your concern about potential allergens in the foods you eat. Our primary goal is to provide accurate information. We believe this is best accomplished by referring to the specific ingredients listed on each product package. This is the most current information for your needs. Our products are labeled for the top 8 allergens: peanuts tree nuts (including coconut) dairy products eggs soy wheat crustaceans fish In addition, we label sesame and mollusks. We label for these allergens using CONTAINS and/or MAY CONTAIN lists located directly below the product’s ingredient list. CONTAINS means that the allergen(s) is included in the product’s recipe. The allergen(s) will be listed in the ingredient list, and also in the CONTAINS statement just below the ingredient list. MAY CONTAIN means that the allergen(s) is not in the product’s recipe but could be present as result of the manufacturing process regardless of our best efforts to exclude it. These allergens will not be included in the ingredient list. Both CONTAINS and MAY CONTAIN mean that if you are sensitive to the specific allergen(s) in the list, no matter which way it is listed, you should avoid this product.
Chex- (Updated 10 June)
Dei Fratelli (Updated 30 June)
Thank-you for contacting us. I'm happy to let you know that we do not have any ingredients in our facility that contain sesame. We also don't have any tree nuts or peanuts in our facility, we only make tomato products and sauerkraut.
Enjoy Life Foods- (Updated 09 June)
Enjoy Life Foods will continue to stand by its brand promise. The safety and trust of our community is top priority, and consumers can continue to rely on the ingredient statement and nutrition fact panel for the most accurate product information.
Happy Baby Organics-(Updated 30 June)
We do not use sesame in any of our products and none of them are made on shared lines with sesame
Hebrew National- (Updated 09 June)
We are aware of the temporary flexibility in labeling requirements by the FDA, at this time, we are working hard to avoid any changes in our products due to supply chain interruptions.
Hope Foods-(Updated 10 June)
Our labels are always compliant with FDA regulations. .If we make changes to our ingredients, we automatically update our packages and web site information.
Hungry Harry's- (Updated 28 May)
Hungry Harry's has committed to full ingredient transparency despite recent temporary flexibility in food labeling. Hungry Harry's will continue to be free from the top 14 allergens.
Keebler-(Updated 07 June)
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As consumer safety is our top priority, any changes to ingredient sourcing that affect allergens in our products will be reflected on the packaging. We recommend always checking the individual pack label for the most current allergen information before purchasing and/or consuming a product. Please refer to the label to make the decision on whether or not to purchase or consume the product based on what’s best for you.
King Arthur Flour-(Updated 16 June)
We currently do not have any plans of changing our ingredients or relaxing our standards. We will continue production as we did before Covid-19.
Kraft Foods- (Updated 10 June)
We are aware that the FDA allowed certain changes to ingredients that need not be mentioned in the labelling. I assure you that we are not changing any of the ingredients used in our products. If the products contains any allergens they will be mentioned on the label just as before.
Late July Snacks- (Updated 10 June)
The recent FDA guidance is clear that this flexibility relates to minor formula changes and cannot be used with regard to any top allergen ingredient. The guidance is very narrow and specific, and at this time we don’t anticipate needing to rely on it when manufacturing our products. Once again, this guidance clearly and specifically relates to minor formula changes, and cannot be used with regard to any top allergen ingredient. The guidance is very narrow and specific, and at this time we don’t anticipate needing to rely on it when manufacturing our products.
Love Grown- (Updated 10 June)
We are in close communication with our manufacturing facility and supply chain network to stay on top of this evolving situation. The immediate risk of being exposed to the COVID-19 virus through packaged goods is thought to be low. All Love Grown manufacturing, including our packaging, is produced in North America. Our manufacturing facility is Level 3 SQF Certified. This is the highest level of certification for food safety and quality and means that action has been taken to prevent poor quality or contamination through the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (commonly known as HACCP) process. In addition to SQFI’s highest level of certification, our manufacturing facility has introduced enhanced employee measures and line cleaning procedures to control any potential spread of COVID-19 in the interest of customer and employee health and safety.
As for shipping, we work closely with a world class logistics company that has pledged their support in getting through this threat as safely as possible while maintaining the day to day business. They have undertaken strict procedures that ensure the cleanliness and safety of the products they store and ship for Love Grown and all their clients. Given the type of products we make, we do not anticipate supply interruption at this time. We will remain in close contact with our team to ensure that we communicate potential delays or shortages resulting from the COVID-19.
We are prepared to navigate through these challenging circumstances and will keep the safety and confidence of our employees, customers and partners as we work through these uncertainties.We want you to feel confident and excited when purchasing with Love Grown. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
MadeGood Family- (Updated 08 June)
We have not made changes in our ingredients and currently have no plan to make changes.
Magic Spoon- (Updated 16 June)
We have no plans to change our ingredients, and all of our ingredients are always listed on our nutritional label!
Martin’s Famous Potato Bread and Rolls- (Updated 08 June)
We will not be changing the ingredients that are currently made in our products, regardless of the change in the FDA. Our customers are very important to our success.
Nature's Path- (Updated 10 June)
We do not have any plans to make any changes to our ingredients. Our buyers have been working hard to secure certified organic suppliers who can continue to supply us with the ingredients we need through this pandemic.
Olivia Superfree- (Updated 09 June)
We stay true to our ingredients and if we couldn't get an ingredient we would discontinue till we got the right product in.
Pepperidge Farm- (Updated 04 June)
In the case of the top 8 allergens (peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, eggs, fish, wheat, soy and shellfish) we list those ingredients in the product ingredient statement, no matter how small the amount might be. We do not include any of those items under the broader listings of "spices" or "natural flavors". We recommend that consumers always check the ingredient statements and evaluate products based on that information. If a situation arises in which we need to make an ingredient substitution, we will not compromise consumer safety and will continue to label allergens as described.
Post Consumer Brands- (Updated 09 June)
At this time, our company has not made any formula changes under FDA’s temporary allowance. If we were to make any changes under this allowance, they would not include any of the allergens that are required to be labeled.
Pure Knead- (Updated 09 June)
Snyder's of Hanover- (Updated 10 June)
Thanks for reaching out regarding the recent decision by the FDA to allow temporary flexibility in food labeling requirements due to possible COVID related ingredient shortages. Campbell Snacks is committed to advancing the highest standards of food safety and follows all government regulations regarding the labeling of our products.
The recent FDA guidance is clear that this flexibility relates to minor formula changes and cannot be used with regard to any top 8 allergen ingredients. In the case of the top 8 allergens (peanuts, tree nuts, dairy, eggs, fish, wheat, soy and shellfish) we list those ingredients in the product ingredient statement, no matter how small the amount might be. We do not include any of those items under the broader listings of "spices" or "natural flavors". We recommend that consumers always check the ingredient statements and evaluate products based on that information.
If a situation arises in which we need to make an ingredient substitution, we will not compromise consumer safety and will continue to label allergens as described above.