BOSTON Massachusetts lawmakers are expected to reconsider a measure that would oblige restaurateurs across the state to address customers' food allergies. Abill sponsored by Sen. Cynthia Creem of Newtown would require allergy training for restaurant employees and a notification on all menus alerting customers to their obligation to notify servers of any food allergies. The bill also would require restaurants to display a poster illustrating the most common kinds of food allergies.The ...

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