Identifying Lupin Allergens

Use this handy fact sheet to find out more about lupin, foods and ingredients to avoid when preparing a lupin-free meal and common foods/products that may contain it.

Lupin is considered a key allergen under the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code. Key allergens, which include peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame seeds, fish, shellfish, soy, lupin and wheat, cause 90 percent of allergic reactions in Australia.  

As a food business owner, manager or employee, it is your responsibility to serve customers a safe meal — this includes customers who suffer from food allergies. Use this handy fact sheet to find out more about lupin, foods and ingredients to avoid when preparing a lupin-free meal and common foods/products that may contain it.

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This public health information was produced and distributed by the Australian Institute of Food Safety Foundation.