EU directive 1169 / 2011 has been active since December 2014, regulating among others, the way substances in food products that can cause allergies or intolerances, should be presented. It aims to make more distinct to consumers, food ingredients that can cause allergic incidence.
The regulation indicates that allergens should be distinctive and presented on labels in the following ways:
Furthermore, allergens should be included in the ingredient list and not in a separate position on the label.
Plantecho can help your business comply with this directive, through its flexible Labeling module, that includes out-of-the-box functionality to support the need for food allergen regulation compliance.
You can either use one of the templates provided with Plantecho or import your own label designs. Plantecho can distinguish and emphasize ingredients listed as allergens to ensure your product labels are suitable for distribution and fully compliant with the EU directive.
Plantecho Labeling module is a built-in functionality that comes as part of the overall system, whether it is applied as a production or inventory management system. The Labeling module is very easy to use and provides great flexibility in a way that allows any custom label design to be connected with your product definitions and inventory data, to produce the outcome that specifically meets your business needs.
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