Products with the Allergy Seal of Quality

With all the products available these days, it is anything but easy to find exactly what you are looking for when shopping – especially if you have an allergy or intolerance.

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With the Allergy Seal of Quality, allergy sufferers can readily identify on sight which products are right for them. The Allergy Seal of Quality also guarantees that the manufacturing process for the product has been fully tested and visibly confirms that the descriptions on the packaging are correct.

Why an Allergy Seal of Quality?

Is there any lactose in the ready-made salad? Is the muesli really gluten- and nut-free? And this cream, has it been made without any colourants or preservatives? These are the kinds of questions anyone with an allergy or intolerance must constantly ask themselves on a daily basis. For allergy sufferers in particular it is essential they strictly avoid whatever triggers their allergy, as in extreme cases even the smallest traces of an allergen can cause symptoms – up to and including life-threatening shock. All allergy sufferers are reliant on products and services that provide added value in terms of safety and information.

What products are labelled with the Allergy Seal of Quality?

The Allergy Seal of Quality label can be found on a variety of products, such as foods, cosmetics, textiles, detergents and cleaning products, baby products, hygiene products and technological products such as domestic appliances and air filters. An overview of the products can be found on the Service Allergie Suisse product database, where you can also search for specific products.

Service Allergie Suisse

Service Allergie Suisse, a Swiss company based in Bern, is the independent certifying body for the Allergy Seal of Quality. It certifies and issues the Allergy Seal of Quality for consumer goods and services that are specifically manufactured/provided with allergies and intolerances in mind. Service Allergie Suisse was founded in 2006 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the aha! Swiss Allergy Centre Foundation. It owns the global use rights for the Allergy Seal of Quality.