Walkers Crisps in Labeling Row

February 22, 2008

Author: Staff Writer

Source: BBC News


A Muslim group has called for clearer labeling by Walkers crisps as it said traces of alcohol can be found in some of its products.
Alcohol is used in small quantities as an agent to extract the flavour from an ingredient.

The Food Standards Agency said that as the amount of alcohol was so miniscule it did not legally have to be listed.