USA: NY health officials crack down on Indian sweets
Health officials for New York State have been cracking down on the sale of some Indian sweets, which they say do not carry sufficient ingredient warnings. Many of the homemade sweets contain pistachio nuts and almonds, which can cause anaphylaxis in those with nut allergies. In the US it is mandatory for any products containing nuts to carry a warning label for customers about the product's ingredients.
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