Being able to inform and accommodate guests who have food allergies is a service some restaurants eagerly provide. It’s a smart way to attract the estimated 15 million people who suffer from them plus the friends and family members who will be dining with them.   But it could soon be mandatory for every restaurant in Maryland to at all times have a staffer on premise who can give guests accurate guidance regarding possible food allergens used as ingredients in the ...

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