How Food Allergies are Dealt by Restaurants
Jun 07, 2019 04:14 PM EDT | By Staff Reporter
Millions of people suffer from severe allergic reactions every year, with popular restaurants being a notable hotbed of potential contamination when it comes to what your food is getting mixed up with.
Nevertheless, millions of people enjoy dozens of restaurant outings each year without worrying about their allergies, largely because restaurants have established an impressive system to prevent contamination and champion customer wellbeing.
That system isn't always without fail, however, and how it actually works can be confusing to wrap one's head around. Here's how restaurants deal with food allergies, and what you need to know if you're worried about your food becoming contaminated as it cooks.
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