Restaurants are devising new procedures to accommodate diners with food allergies as awareness of those sensitivities grows. Using a combination of strategic menu development, careful handling of ingredients and communication with diners, restaurants are finding ways to keep customers safe while boosting business and building reputations as leaders on health and food-safety issues. More than 12 million Americans experience food allergies, according to the Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis ...
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