BOSTON The Massachusetts Restaurant Association said it is working with state legislators to temper a bill that would require restaurants to adopt certain safeguards for patrons who have food allergies. The measure, already approved by the state Senate, would oblige restaurants to post kitchen placards containing information about food allergies. The bill would also require that a food-allergy component be added to ServSafe certification courses, which are already required of food ...
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