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In fact if you highlight barley, then Gluten will be added in the list of allergens.
Here is an example: http://world.openfoodfacts.org/product/5053947059803/orkney-crab-pate-tesco-finest
We have a list of ingredients containing gluten:
en:gluten, wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut
An error occurred while saving the commentMike Schroll commented
What do you suggest as the best way to handle http://world.openfoodfacts.org/product/038000219344/rice-krispies-kellogg-s
I've highlighted 'malt' as gluten containing ingredient (I could've done the full word, 'malt flavoring')
But because 'malt' isn't in your list (its really barley malt); it didn't trigger.
1. I add the word Barley into the list, perhaps in parenthesis after malt flavoring.
2. You add 'malt' or Malt Flavoring to the gluten trigger list (probably not a good idea, because some malt flavoring comes from riceMike Schroll shared this idea ·