Mythbuster – Are all allergy-inducing foods required to be listed on food labels?

Health Canada’s food labelling regulations require the inclusion of the common name of priority food allergens as well as gluten sources and added sulphites to be listed on a food label. These include: peanut, tree nuts, sesame, milk, egg, fish, crustaceans (e.g., lobster, shrimp) and molluscs (e.g., scallops, clams), soy, wheat and triticale, and mustard. […]