Byrne recognizes the concerns of our consumers related to the potential presence of undeclared allergens in food products. Byrne does not have dedicated lines for manufacturing and packaging allergen containing products. Due to the known hazards that undeclared allergens pose to our consumers with food allergies, we have fully implemented allergen control programs at all of our manufacturing facilities to prevent cross contamination. These include: employee training, ingredient and product segregation, processing and packaging controls, labeling reviews, and verification/ validation programs.
In all facilities the allergen control programs have been reviewed and confirmed to meet and/or exceed industry standards and expectations by recognized third party auditing firms. All recognized food allergens contained in any of our products as per formulation are clearly identified in the ingredient declaration located on the lid, side or back panel of the package.