Better Labeling agreement

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By Greg on Thu, 05-31-01, 14:01

Though this is still only voluntary it certainly is a step in the right direction. At least they're hearing our complaints.

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By Beth on Thu, 05-31-01, 15:10

I agree! This article was also in my local newspaper. Any mention of allergies in the news always makes me happy. I guess we will all have to start buying from just those companies whose labels tell us what we need to know. I hope alot of them do voluntarily comply. We will see.

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By EILEEN on Thu, 05-31-01, 16:33

Link is to the guidelines document (FAAN site).

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By ConcernedMom on Thu, 05-31-01, 17:54

At the bottom of the msnbc article link, there is a place to vote for whether you would recommend the article on a scale of 1 to 7. Then, they show the Top Ten recommended stories. Maybe if we all vote, it will spark some interest for Dateline to do a story on food alleries!

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By Kathryn on Tue, 06-12-01, 19:16

Here is another link to information about this new code. It is from the industry magazine Food Engineering: [url=""][/url]

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