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With Stephen Jardine

Could we do more to support people with food allergies?

A girl with a severe sesame allergy died after eating an airport Pret a Manger baguette, which did not list the ingredients. Pret a Manger confirmed its products were not individually labelled with allergen or ingredient information. Instead signs on shelves and at till points tell customers to speak to a manager who is trained to provide allergen advice, the company said.
Could we do more to support people with food allergies?

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Mon 24 Sep 2018 09:00