Allergy to seafood
By law, all pre-packed foods and non-packaged foods sold in supermarkets, delis, cafes and restaurants, have to provide information on specific allergens if they’re used as an ingredient. There are 14 allergens that must be listed, including Fish, Crustaceans (such as crab, lobster, crayfish, shrimp or prawns) and Molluscs (such as mussels, oyster, clams, whelks and squid). This means if you have a food allergy to any of these foods, you’ll be able to easily identify whether or not a food or dish contains the ingredient you need to avoid.
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