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Danger on a plate

Thursday, November 03, 2016 @ 8:00 PM | By Marie-Hélène Haché

As we become more knowledgeable about allergies and food intolerances, their discovery is more accessible and therefore a greater part of society is found affected by it. Whether it is for health, religious or social reasons, we all know someone who cannot eat gluten, lactose, fish and seafood, nuts, legumin, eggs, meat or other animal byproducts. Maybe you have some intolerances or made some life choices yourself.

As a result of allergies and food intolerances, an increasing number of schools, workplaces and public venues enforce policies...