Do You List Your Cooking Spray On Ingredient Label?

Business By ladyrose Updated 16 Aug 2014 , 9:16pm by scrumdiddlycakes

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ladyrose Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 10:55pm
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 I am in the middle of getting my license and had a question. If you use cooking spray on your pans, do you need to list it along with its ingredients on your label? Also, it has soy letchin as an ingredient with a warning in bold stating it contains soy. Does that mean I will have to add it to my list of allergy warnings?

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TheItalianBaker Posted 16 Aug 2014 , 9:01pm
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AYes, you have to! And you need to write the allergens: wheat, eggs, milk, soy. Watch out with the ingredients, even wheat flour has more ingredients..

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scrumdiddlycakes Posted 16 Aug 2014 , 9:16pm
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Yes you do, if you want to avoid the extra allergen, parchment paper has no soy warning :)

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