Thanks for the excellent question!
I'll discuss each nutrient individually;
Pantothenic acid -> Vitamin B5
Vitamin B5 is a synonym to Pantothenic acid. We've renamed it, because 'Pantothenic acid / Pantotheenzuur' was quite a long name, whereas 'Vitamine B5' is a lot shorter. It was already hard to cram all the nutrient info on the back of the bag-design, and this saved us a line.
Folate -> Folic acid
These are two different forms of the same vitamin (B9).
There is still plenty of sulfur in Queal (naturally occuring in the oats), but as it's deemed a non-essential micronutrient by the EFSA, we can't/shouldn't be on the label.
To adhere to labelling regulations, we've relabeled this to simply 'salt'.
There's 38.758 mg of sodium in 100g of salt.