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Breadline Project

The Breadline project is part of the Community run by the community.

Breadline project is a Charitable Company
Limited by Guarantee
Company No.13820629 ,

4 Cherry Road, Banbury, OX16 0RL
Registered in England & Wales

Email: Breadlineproject@outlook.com

 

M&S   allergy labelling

To make it easy for you, we provide clear allergy and ingredient labelling on all our food and drink. We label the following allergens on the packaging when present:

Milk

Gluten

Fish

Molluscs

Crustaceans

Eggs

Celery

Mustard

Soya

Sulphites

Lupin

Sesame

Peanuts

Nuts

If our products contain any of the above allergens, they will be marked in bold on the ingredients list, making them easy to spot at a glance.  

As well as this, we avoid using unnecessary allergens in our products. However, where there is a real risk for contamination with allergens, you’ll see the following statement printed on the packaging in blue:  “Not suitable for those with X allergy due to manufacturing methods.”

To ensure we only provide the most accurate and up-to-date information for our customers, we do not provide product lists for specific allergens.  The most up-to-date allergen information can be found on the product packaging.  Always check the ingredients list before you buy a product to help identify whether or not it’s suitable for your diet. 

Our Plant Kitchen range of products are prepared to a vegan recipe only. As a number of these products are produced in sites handling milk and egg, they may include this precautionary milk and egg allergen labelling statement on the packaging: “Prepared to a vegan recipe. Not suitable for those with an egg or milk allergy because these allergens are present in the environment.” 

A product prepared to a vegan recipe is not the same as a Made Without product, meaning they may not be suitable for people with milk or egg allergies. 

 

More on this visit Allergies | M&S Health | M&S (marksandspencer.com)

Waitrose  Allergen labelling

On Waitrose products, allergenic ingredients are highlighted in bold in the ingredients list on the back of the pack. Allergenic ingredients that will be in bold are:

Celery  ⎸Cereals containing gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oat, spelt)  ⎸Crustacea  ⎸molluscs and shellfish  ⎸Egg  ⎸Fish  ⎸Milk  ⎸Mustard  ⎸Peanuts  ⎸Sesame  ⎸Soya  ⎸Sulphur dioxide and sulphites  ⎸Tree nuts (such as almond, Brazil, cashew, macadamia, hazelnut, pecan, pistachio, walnut).

For some people, allergic reactions to certain foods can be severe. With a true allergy even a small amount of the allergen in a product may cause a reaction. Where there is real risk for cross-contamination with any of the allergens listed above, you will see an additional statement on the packaging at the bottom of the ingredients list. We work with our suppliers to reduce the risk of cross-contamination through good manufacturing practice.

On Waitrose products, allergenic ingredients are highlighted in bold in the ingredients list on the back of the pack. Allergenic ingredients that will be in bold are:

Celery  ⎸Cereals containing gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oat)  ⎸Crustaceans  ⎸Egg  ⎸Fish  ⎸Lupin  ⎸Milk  ⎸ Molluscs   ⎸Mustard  ⎸Peanuts  ⎸Sesame  ⎸Soya  ⎸Sulphur dioxide and sulphites  ⎸Tree nuts (such as almond, Brazil, cashew, macadamia, hazelnut, pecan, pistachio, walnut)

For some people, allergic reactions to certain foods can be severe. With a true allergy even a small amount of the allergen in a product may cause a reaction. Where there is real risk for cross-contamination with any of the allergens listed above, you will see an additional statement on the packaging at the bottom of the ingredients list. We work with our suppliers to reduce the risk of cross-contamination through good manufacturing practice.

Community  HELP

 

Service offered:Advice and support for all non-medical issues patients of BCHC face. Patients will receive a regular call from a social prescriber to listen to what matters to them on whatever non-medical issue they would like to talk about, from where the SP will signpost out to further advice services or community groups that could help the patient.

The Lunchbox Project Banbury
07309 391391
thelunchboxprojectbanbury@gmail.com
 
Local Larder
07930 544311
mikehampton2017@gmail.com 
 
Banbury Foobank
01295 661304
Info@banbury.foodbank.org.uk
 
The following energy suppliers offer grants to their customers:
British Gas Energy Trust - apply for a grant on the British Gas Energy Trust website
E.ON Energy Fund - apply for a grant on the E.ON Energy Fund website
check if you can get a grant from the British Gas Energy Trust. These grants are available to anyone - you don’t have to be a British Gas customer.
Better Housing Better Health (BHBH) is a free service, supported by Oxfordshire County Council, that provides expert advice to improve the energy efficiency of your home, reduce energy consumption, manage energy bills, and give you better home comfort. In some cases, a home visit may be offered to identify further areas to help.
It's worth planning ahead now, before the colder months, so that you can get things in place and make the changes you need.
Contact the BHBH service directly by calling the freephone helpline on 0800 107 0044 (Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm), or via email bhbh@nef.org.uk

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