The top part of the page shows the allergens in this finished product that are coming in via the ingredients.
The lists show allergens to be declared as either contains or may contains.
You can not make any changes to this tab, it is just to show you the allergens related to this product that came in via ingredients.
The bottom half of this page is where you can indicate that this product may be impacted by cross-contact allergens. This means you are saying these extra allergens may get into your product during processing in your facility. You would normally indicate these allergens as may contain but we also give you the option of contains if there is a very good chance the product will become contaminated.
To learn more about how to choose which allergens are introduced by cross-contact we recommend you utilise the resources provided by the Allergen Bureau.