Maryland bill would require restaurants to have an allergy expert

03/10/2013 | Capital News Service (University of Maryland)

A bill being considered in both houses of the Maryland Legislature this session would require restaurants to designate a person to become well-versed in food allergies and help diners with allergies select the right dishes. At One Dish Cuisine in Ellicott City, owner Maureen Burke already color-codes each dish on the menu and operates four ovens to keep dairy and soy separate.

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