The recently adopted law of Canada “On information for consumers regarding food products” contains a new requirement: now the labeling of products must necessarily indicate substances that may cause allergic reactions or intolerance.
At the same time in the list of ingredients allergens should be clearly highlighted (font, color background, etc.)
When food becomes poison
Food allergies are very common in our time. If you have allergies, your immune system believes that certain foods can cause harm to your body, and begins to fight them. In most cases, the symptoms of allergies are relatively safe: a rash, diarrhea, or stuffy nose. But stronger reactions also occur, such as anaphylactic shock, which can be deadly.