At The New Primal, we’ve chosen to work with manufacturing partners that assist us in bringing our products to life. This includes the production of our products. Your safety is our number one priority and we want to be as transparent as possible when discussing allergens. Each one of our co-manufacturing facilities falls in compliance with government-regulated procedures set forth by their respective governing body - our meat facilities are under the watchful eye of the USDA.
There are rigorous cleaning procedures in place for each facility and each governing body. Our products are manufactured in facilities that may house some or all of the following: tree nuts, peanuts, soy, coconuts, dairy, sesame, wheat, soy, celery, mustard, shellfish, fish, and sulfites. Our products may use the same equipment as the previously mentioned ingredients. However; all allergens are kept separate from non-allergen ingredients and highlighted as such. When products that contain an allergen are produced there is a complete sanitation process prior to another product being produced to mitigate the risk of cross-contamination.
For our meat processing facilities, the USDA requires no cross-contamination, and allergy protein swabs are used daily during pre-operational sanitation inspections. This verifies that surfaces are clean and there is no cross-contamination. It is also important to note that gluten is the only thing we test for post-production. The facilities also participate in a HACCP program in which the main goal is to prevent any allergen from contaminating products that are not intended to contain them and inform consumers if any of your products may contain allergens.
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