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But those with food allergies may find even more dietary restrictions with 'plain language' labels HealthDay News -- New "plain language" food labeling requirements in the United States, which take effect less than a year from now, will reduce allergic reactions in people who have potentially life-threatening food allergies. But there may be another, unintentional result for those who suffer from food allergies. If food manufacturers follow the labeling law to the letter, trace amounts of...
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