M&S have a webpage dedicated to Food Allergies and Intolerances regarding their food products with links to lists of food that do not contain your allergen, e.g. nuts/dairy/eggs.Applies to:
Peanuts and Nuts
Peanuts, nuts and Sesame
Soya and Dairy
Food products contain an allergy label:M&S also provide an email to contact the team regarding your personal nutrition requirements (firstname.lastname@example.org). You may email the team to enquire about multiply allergies to the seven allergens named and receive an M&S product list without these allergens.
Morrisons plan to provide ‘Allergy Advice’ on all their labels and on their counter tickets. Not all the departments have been through the transition, so if you can’t locate the information you require under the ‘Allergy Advice’ heading, then ask staff at the store.
There is a ‘Dietary & Lifestyle’ Filter on the Morrisons website- To add a filter, click the ‘Shop’ tab at the top of the page and use the drop-down ‘Category tabs’ to select an aisle. The ‘Dietary &Lifestyle’ box is on the left-hand side of the page which applies to:
Asda state that the Ingredients related to allergens are highlighted in bold text on their food products, e.g. ‘’Allergy Advice, Contains: Eggs, Milk.’’For Special Dietary requirements they provide a ‘’Free From’’ filter for their Free From range of products, these are highlighted in bold stating, ‘’Allergy Advice, Free From: Gluten.’’A Lifestyle requirement notice is provided on the products for those who are vegetarian, vegan, kosher and halal, these are highlighted stating, ‘’Life Style, Suitable for Vegetarian.’’Life StyleHalal. Kosher. Suitable for Vegetarians.Allergy AdviceFree From: Gluten. Contains: Eggs, Milk.
Asda provide a circular sign on their ‘Free From’ range for allergy advice for the customer