Study shows gaps in allergy knowledge at restaurants

04/26/2011 | HealthDay News

A study of managers, waiters and chefs at 90 restaurants in Brighton, England, found that 81% said they believed they could provide a safe meal for a customer with a food allergy. However, 23% said eating a small amount of an allergen would be safe, 38% thought a reaction could be diluted by drinking water and 16% believed cooking the allergen would remove the risk.

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