What’s in your Glass – Allergens in Alcohol
If an alcoholic beverage has an alcohol content higher than 1.2%, then it isn’t required to include a list of ingredients.
Despite this, companies are required to be able to declare whether their products have any of the 14 allergens from the Annex II list. A lack of transparency can result in issues related to allergies.
It is imperative to keep close track of any allergens within your supply chain to ensure that the correct allergen information is on-hand, so consumers can buy products with confidence in their own safety.
To learn more about monitoring allergens in alcohol, have a look at the document.