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Restaurants should provide allergy information

All eateries, from restaurants to snack bars, should let their customers know by the end of 2014, what ingredients they use that may trigger allergic reactions. That is the result of an EU regulation.

It is not yet clear how entrepreneurs have to do it exactly but "placards on the wall will certainly not be sufficient”, says the Ministry of Health in response to a message from BNR. Food manufacturers have been putting more allergy information on their supermarket products.

Source: www.sprout.nl

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