The Centers for Disease Control reported that the number of U.S. children who have food allergies rose by 50 percent from 1997 to 2011, and, according to a 2012 Mayo Clinic Study, celiac disease is more common than previously thought. The result is a diner who looks—and eats—very differently than in years past. In the past, picky eaters were just that. An operator could choose whether to honor their requests. Today a request to substitute peanuts with raisins must be taken ...
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