Flaws found in food-allergy labels

03/17/2009 | HealthDay News

About 2% of products without a "may contain" warning actually do contain allergens, according to new research. A GMA spokesman said: "Our members are committed to ensuring that food-allergic consumers have the information they need on the food label to make informed choices about whether or not a particular food item is appropriate for them to eat."

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