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Reading fine print on labels

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When a food label does NOT include an ingredient such as soy, dairy, etc. but says at the bottom "made in a facility that also processes soy, dairy, whatever" -- does that warning at the bottom make the food noncompliant for Whole30? What about language such as "is not a significant source of ..." ingredient X -- or "may contain traces of..." ingredient X.

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May contain and made in a facility are just warnings for people who may be very allergic to even cross contamination.  less than 2% or 'not a significant source' are included ingredients and should any of those be non compliant, the product then becomes non compliant.  

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