To warn or not to warn: when to advise on the risk of choking

To warn or not to warn: when to advise on the risk of choking

White paper discussing choking risks, relevant regulation and labelling options.

With no specific regulations requiring companies to inform consumers if their food and beverage product poses a choking risk, companies can wonder where their responsibility begins and where it ends. In this white paper, Oliver Leedam looks at relevant regulation and gives guidance to companies on how to assess the choking risk of their product and how best to inform consumers.

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