CHICAGO A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed three of the five claims that were leveled against McDonald's Corp. in a lawsuit filed last year by a group of consumers who said they or their children had been sickened by gluten or dairy products purposely hidden in the burger chain's French fries and hash browns. The substances can trigger allergic reactions in people with sensitivities. The 11 plaintiffs had also asserted that the chain provided false information in its ...

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