Dietary aide hopes to turn tragedy into lesson on food allergies
RED WING, Minn. — Many restaurants and grocery stores now offer a wide range of gluten- and dairy-free products for customers with food sensitivity or a dietary preference.
But for the thousands of Minnesotans living with food allergies, avoiding exposure to common ingredients is an everyday concern — as even a small amount of an allergen can trigger a deadly reaction.
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