Is there soya in wheat flour?

By 9. October 2014Blog, Health, Risk Management

That’s the big question that the Food Standards Agency (FSA)in the UK have decided to answer with a sampling and testing programme at milling plants in the UK.

Although the FSA do not believe the low amount of soya that has been previously detected in wheat flour as posing a threat to people allergic to soya, they are being prudent by announcing these tests.

They state that the by testing the level of soya in wheat flour and other flours they can “verify our assessment of the risk to people with allergies…”

Click here to read the story on the FSA website