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FAQs

Read the FAQs below for more information on food allergies.

  • What is a food allergy?

    An allergy is an exaggerated reaction to an otherwise harmless substance. Food allergies can be divided into two types; immediate and delayed. Symptoms of allergic reactions include swelling, sudden sneezing and nasal blockage, redness, itching and watering of eyes. Also, food allergens can cause abdominal pain and vomiting, and in some instances, more severe symptoms such as breathing difficulties or collapsing may be reported.

    Common food allergens are eggs, milk, peanuts, soy, wheat, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, raw fruits and vegetables, and sesame seeds.

    Common food allergens in our products.
    Eggs, milk, dairy, nuts, raw fruits and vegetables, seeds and sulphites.

  • Who Is Affected By Allergies?

    Allergies can affect people of any age, sex or race.

  • How do we make sure the food allergy information provided is accurate and up to date?

    We are currenting working on full nutritional labelling for all our bottled drinks. Upon completion, the full allergen information would be listed on each product.

    Please note that for events, we display allergy information with all our setup for guests to visually comprehend.

    Health and safety is our first priority. Thus, we do not want to put anyone’s health at risk so we recommend that you speak to us directly and we will provide you with the most accurate and up to date information about our food Allergy.

  • What if I have a food allergy?

    Your health is our priority and we take it very seriously therefore we recommend you contact us before purchase or consumption if you have any allergies. Our contact details are on the website, under the Contact Us page. There, you will find our telephone number, our email address and a form that will send an email to us. Please use it and we will reply as soon as possible because it is our responsibility to provide this information to our consumers.