Use a digital Food Allergy List Template Checklist to meet the requirements of an allergen list for food production.
Use this allergen checklist to assess areas of food production procedures.Download template
An allergen control checklist is used by local authority enforcement officers during inspection of catering premises.Download template
This allergen checklist is specifically made for suppliers and manufacturers to ensure safety on food products for consumers with food allergies.Download template
Generally food must always be labelled. A food allergy checklists are of crucial importance primarily for the food industry. Manufacturers should use them to enable effective allergen control during production. With the help of the checklist, you can ensure that food is free from food allergens and avoid health risks for consumers.
A food allgery checklist is based on the allergen guidelines of the government. It supports the quality assurance of your product and minimizes the risk of legal consequences, such as fines or plant closures. Above all, food labelling aims to protect the health of the consumer.
Food allergies can occur from up to 160 foods. The following foods or their derivatives must be listed on the product labels to inform allergic consumers. With a food allergy checklist and an ongoing HACCP programme these foods should be easy to cover to ensure food safety for allergic consumers.
The most common allergenic foods are:
In addition, it is recommended to indicate so-called trace markings. Here it is only mentioned that there is a possibility that traces of allergens could be present. The focus is on the protection of the consumer.
The mobile app from Lumiform actively supports you in creating the food allergy checklist. You can easily create an ingredient list and adjust it flexibly. In case of changing offers the allergen list can be transferred to the respective offers. Perform any kind of quality and safety inspection simply by using a tablet or smartphone - online or offline. Use the desktop software to create checklists and evaluate the data collected in the field. This reduces the risk of quality losses to a minimum, occupational accidents, documentation errors and damage to your reputation.