Tag Archive: EU FIC

Farro, triticale, emmer, einkorn, kamut, spelt … do you know your alternative gluten grains?

A tweet by celiac blogger, cook and author Jules Dowler Shepard recently showed a shot of a restaurant menu, and a dish containing farro, which was labelled as gluten-free. Farro is the Italian word for spelt, but in the US…
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Food labels: may contain ‘may contain’; may not contain ‘does contain’

Although the latest changes to food allergen labelling – Regulation No. 1169/2011, the Food Information for Consumers Regulation (EU FIC) – were published in October 2011, came into effect in December 2011, and will become compulsory after the three-year transition…
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