If you have any kinds of allergies, especially food-related, you should take a peek at this website and get on their allergy alert e-mail list. When an allergen is found contaminating a food and has not been stated on the package or somehow a processed food has mistakenly been in contact with a known allergen, this group will issue and e-mail alerts. This is a cool service and potentially life-saving. Check out the website. You can choose to receive e-mails on the front page.
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That’s really useful — I didn’t know about it. Thanks!
You’re welcome, Strawberry. A MedicAlert bracelet might be helpful too in case the allergy sufferer has a reaction and can’t speak to a paramedic. Here’s the website: http://www.medicalert.org/home/Homegradient.aspx