Food allergies afflict up to 15 million Americans and one in 13 children, according to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE). It’s a life-threatening issue for many and no easy matter for restaurants, either. It’s why AllergyEats, a website created to provide diners a forum to share and review the allergy friendliness of restaurants across the country, recently held its second annual Food Allergy Conference for Restaurants. The event in Boston had an ambitious ...

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