Food labels fall short for people with allergies

08/17/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

People with less-common food allergies often can't find the information they need on food labels. The labels use words such as "spices" and "added color" instead of listing all ingredients, partly because of concerns about revealing recipe secrets.

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