Hiller's Markets is seeking thousands of foods produced in nut-free facilities to enhance quality of life for allergy sufferers.
Compared to some foods under scrutiny in the school cafeteria, a peanut butter and jelly sandwich seems innocuous enough. But the popular staple is a big no-no for certain schools and childcare centers: those designated “peanut aware.” Food avoidance is the only proven way to manage peanut and tree nut allergies, so for school-age sufferers these places are a safe haven. Dangers don't just surround ingesting allergen ingredients. Cross contact between food and residue left on lunch tables ...
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