I just returned from grocery shopping. I can't believe how many products I noticed that had warnings, such as "may contain peanuts, milk and wheat" or "packaged in a facility that processes soy, nuts and eggs." Every time I pick up one of these products I wonder how seriously I should take the warnings. I'm not the only one questioning the believability of the warnings.
Read about this issue in the latest article from the Allergies and Colds site at BellaOnline.com.
Accidental-allergy warnings create confusion
"May contain" statements are not being taken seriously by some food allergy sufferers.
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