Artizian Allergen Policy
From June 1st 2014, Artizian labelling policy will follow Regulation (EU) No.1169/2011 on the provision of Information to Consumers (EU FIC) directive in which the most common food allergens in Europe and their derivatives are declared on all our non-packaged and packaged foods.
The allergens are: celery, cereals containing gluten- wheat, rye, barley, spelt, kamut or their hybrid strains, crustaceans, egg, fish, lupin, milk, molluscs, mustard, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds, soya, sulphur dioxide and sulphites.
Artizian welcomes the efforts to achieve greater consistency in allergen labelling and interpretation and our new, consistent approach will make it easier for the allergic customer to find and understand the allergen information provided on our menus and help them make safer food choices.
However, a number of other foods can cause allergic reactions but are not considered to be common allergens in Europe and have therefore not been included on the EU list. Examples include: garlic, onion, yeast, chestnut, pine nuts and coconut.
If you are at all unsure of the ingredients in any dish or item of food we produce, please ask a team player for more information. If you have any food allergies, please make yourself known to one of our team players, so they can help you stay safe.
Our commitment to you is that if our food contains any of the 14 allergenic foods listed above we will clearly label that food. For example: Contains: MILK,WHEAT (gluten), EGG.