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Claims to be peaunt free but is not- what should I do?
I took my 2yr old Peanut allergic daughter to a place in wheaton, IL called Kids Town. It is a indoor play area for children and they claim in the rules on their website and inside that "we do not allow peanut products on the premise." I witnessed a handful or more kids eating peanut butter and could smell it in the air. I also noticed that they sold snicker bars and other peanut products. I confronted staff and they did nothing but say I'm sorry. I saw children eating peanut butter wipe there hands on their shirt and go play with the toys. I don't want to shut them down but I do want them to either enforce their rules or remove that statement from the rules. I was not the only mom there that had the same concern that day. I guess I don't know who I should contact about this situation. Any advice would be appreciated.
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