BOSTON Beginning this summer, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health will require restaurants in the state to be more proactive in addressing potential reactions to food allergens. Officials from the state health department unveiled new requirements Wednesday that call for restaurant employees to undergo training and education on preventing foods from becoming contaminated by allergy-inducing items. Restaurants also will be required to post allergy alert stickers on all menus ...
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