Your Questions Answered

How do you label for allergens on your packaging?


All of our packages have Health Canada priority food allergens and gluten sources labelled in the ingredient list on the Nutrition Facts side panel. If an allergen is present, the allergen will be clearly included in the ingredient list and in a Contains statement. This includes any risk of cross-contact and the use of May Contain statements.

 

Because product formulations can change at any time, we encourage our consumers to read the ingredient statement on each Kellogg Canada package they purchase for the most up-to-date information on the ingredients contained in that product.