SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Hiller’s Market will dedicate endcaps to nut-free foods in two stores beginning Wednesday. Products free of peanuts and tree nuts appeal not only to shoppers sharing a household with a nut allergy sufferer, but parents of children attending peanut-aware schools or child care centers. “So many schools have rules that food has to have no nuts in it,” Hiller’s spokeswoman Alison Schwartz told SN, “now there will be a section where all of the food, snacks and cooking ...

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