USA: GMA, NFPA join forces to pre-empt allergy legislation
The two largest groups representing the US food industry are today issuing voluntary guidelines on how their members specify on food products the presence of ingredients that may cause potentially fatal reactions, even when present in tiny amounts. The number of people suffering allergic reactions has soared in recent years, and for some time consumers and advocacy groups have been campaigning for tighter legislation.
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