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Outlined below you will find fifteen multiple choice questions to test your understanding of the CMC Allergens Fact Sheet 2. Please follow the attached link in section 1 to access the fact sheet prior to completion.

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* 1. Please read CMC Allergens fact sheet 2 prior to completing the module. Follow this link https://www.cmcschoolfood.co.uk/allergen fact sheet 2 .pdf

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* 2. What is your full name?

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* 3. At which school do you currently work?

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* 4. Please tell us the name of your consultant.

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* 5. How are the 14 allergens identified on packaging labels?

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* 6. What does the term ‘precautionary labelling’ mean?

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* 7. When changing menu items available for consumption you must always ensure the following records are updated….

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* 8. How should you indicate the presence of “may contain…” on your Allergen Summary Forms?

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* 9. What does the abbreviation FIR stand for?

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* 10. If you sell food on a plate over the counter what type of food is this classed as?

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* 11. What does pre-packed for direct sale mean?

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* 12. Who should receive training on allergens?

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* 13. It is true that consumers may be allergic or have intolerance to other ingredients, but only the 14 allergens are required to be declared as allergens by food law?

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* 14. Which ‘Allergens’ related law will come into force October 2021?

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* 15. Food is classed as pre-packed when it is..

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* 16. Is it correct that pre-packed food must have ingredient lists on the packaging?

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* 17. Non pre-packed allergen information requirements can apply to loose items sold where?

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* 18. How do you know if a manufacturer’s labelling has changed if the supplier does not inform you?

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* 19. The language used to describe ingredients contained within a food item available for consumption in the UK must comply with following guidelines.

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