Steve Rosenbaum 
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Re: “Fake food allergies on the rise

Let's be clear people...when making a statement about food allergies being faked, YES, this can happen, but it does create doubt among some servers and staff in the restaurant community...and this can have very serious consequences. We recognize in our interviews of restaurants the risk of cross contamination for both anaphylaxis and Celiac's disease as BOTH being extremely severe and serious situations. For the other sensitivities like lactose intolerance or other is our advice...for what it's worth....when ordering say something like this... I have a food allergy, but it is NOT life threatening, it makes me feel bad, but I won't die. They will likely treat you as if you had a more severe allergy anyway, but it is always better to give them a little more information so they can prepare your meal accordingly. For those concerned with the long term impact of eating plants and killing us slowly, not to minimize your concerns...but having 15 minutes to live because you ate a food you shouldn't have is not a choice we make...yours is.


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Posted by Steve Rosenbaum on 01/27/2012 at 9:46 AM

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