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London Beth Din Nosh 2014 guide says Due to a change in labelling regulations, there is generally an allergen warning on products which, although not containing Dairy ingredients, are processed in close proximity to or in the same factory as, products containing Dairy ingredients. Such products may still have the halachic status of Parev, even ...
You should check with the authority who gives the Hechsher (Kashrut certification). Sometimes the OU will put OU(D) on products that are merely made on dairy equipment but are not actually dairy, but there may be a very good reason as to why they put OU(D).
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