A significant part of the European population – up to 37% – reports symptoms related to food allergies. Many of the world’s biggest companies – such as Mondelez and Nestlé – have made strides to cater to the allergen market and have begun putting allergy-friendly products on shelves to capitalise on the allergy-free movement. The global allergen testing market is projected to continue to grow at an annual rate of 8.32% between 2019 and 2024, pushing demand for foods that are considered free from allergens upward.
These numbers are hard to ignore for food manufacturers and make ensuring proper allergen management in your facility a critical factor in the success of your business.
In this whitepaper, you read all about the most common causes of allergen contamination in your food production company, and how to combat these and ensure proper allergen management.