Allergic families, and individuals, are still fighting with manufactures to label foods properly not only do they not reveal cross contamination risks, or hide milk under other names, but sometimes they just plain don't label anything. Here is a quote "MADE IN CANADA FROM DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED INGREDIENTS" no hint what these ingredients may be at all, anywhere on the package.
I questioned the manager why he had such products, drawing his attention to allergic families. He brought out the box, they came in that I could read the ingredients from. He was confused, as if not to understand my suggestion that he send them back. He agreed that the packages should have ingredients, but refused the idea of sending them back.