There are 3 different medical conditions.
Wheat Intolerance, Wheat Allergy, Coeliac Disease
Allergic reactions to wheat and other cereals are most commonly in infants and usually resolves within the first several years of life.
This list is a guidance, included in this list is possible allergen, please check labels.
You may be allergic to traces of amount of the allergen, below are a few statements companies use to make you aware that the allergen is used onsite or on the same machinery. If your food allergy is severe, please look for the following statements on food labelling to avoid anaphylaxis by cross contamination. Also, be aware that companies do not have to put this statement on their labels by law, if you have a reaction to a product, avoid using that food product in the future. It might be worth to contact the company if you have had a reaction, and there is no allergen or Precautionary Allergen Labelling. Contacting the company, they can check their safety onsite, or they find an ingredient has been put in error into the food product and put a food recall in place.
If you are uncertain about a product contact the company to clarify before using the food product.
- May contain.
- Produced in a factory.
- May contain X.
- Not suitable for someone with X allergy
Foods from abroad has been included in this list, this is for guidance for the traveller.
Consumer understanding of new labelling terms for foods marketed for people with gluten intolerance Food Standards Agency
If you would like food recall alerts directly sent to your email, please use the contact page you will be added to the next food recall alert. Please check the GDPR page, to see how your details are stored.
|Bottled wine coolers|
|Commercial chocolate milk|
|Instant drink mixes|
|Malt, malted milk|
|Premade coffee drinks|
|Artificial flavouring, natural flavouring|
|Atta (chapati flour)|
|Baked goods, e.g., breads, breadcrumbs, cakes, cereals, cookies, crackers, donuts, muffins, pasta, baking mixes|
|Barley malt extract (some breakfast cereals containing barley malt extract are suitable|
|Battered fried foods|
|Binders and fillers in processed meat, poultry, and fish products|
|Bran or wheat bran|
|Bread — any type made with white flour,|
|Buckwheat flakes or flour|
|Cakes, donuts, muffins|
|Chicken and beef broth|
|Communion/altar bread and wafers|
|Corn, corn flour, Maize,|
|Cornflour (from wheat)|
|Deli meats, hot dogs, and surimi|
|Eggs served at restaurants – pancake batter put into scrambled eggs or omelettes|
|Einkorn, emmer, farina, graham, kamut,|
|Emmer (also known as faro)|
|Enriched flour, white flour, whole-wheat flour|
|Farina Fu (a dried gluten product made from wheat and used in some Asian dishes|
|Flour — all purpose, bread, bromated, club, common, durum|
|Food starch*, gelatinized starch,|
|Gelatinised starch, modified starch, modified food starch|
|Gluten — wheat gluten, vital gluten, vital|
|Graham flour, high gluten flour, high protein flour|
|Ground, self-rising, unbleached, white,|
|High-gluten flour, high protein flour|
|HVP (hydrolysed vegetable protein) fillers|
|Hydrolysed plant protein|
|Ice cream cones|
|Instant dessert mixes|
|Kamut® — khorasan wheat|
|Khorasan wheat (commercially known as Kamut®)|
|Maida, semolina, spelt, triticale, triticum|
|Malt, malt extract|
|Modified food starch|
|Matzo — Matzo meal (also spelled as Mazoh)|
|Modified food starch,|
|Monosodium glutamate, MSG|
|Multigrain or wholemeal foods|
|Oil, wheat protein isolate, wheat starch,|
|Pie fillings and puddings|
|Plain, soft wheat, steel ground, stone|
|Pre seasoned meats|
|Protein, instant pastry, phosphated,|
|Soy flakes or flour|
|Spelt (dinkel, farro)|
|Starch (e.g., modified, vegetable,|
|Textured vegetable protein|
|Gravy mixes, bouillon cubes|
|Prepared ketchup and mustard|
|Sauces made a roux|
|Sauces, like chutney and tamari|
|Seasonings, natural flavouring (from malt, wheat)|
|Soy sauce, shoyu, tamari, teriyaki sauce|
This information is only given as guidance and not extensive. Information to be used at individual’s responsibility. Always read the label. Always seek medical advice.
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