Ignoring Cautionary Labeling for PA in Preschool Setting

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By BBCBMom on Mon, 06-23-08, 20:52

My son

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By Krusty Krab on Tue, 06-24-08, 04:50

I think you are lucky that the school has in the past, opted to disallow may contain items in the entire school. I don't know that I've ever heard of that. If they want to reverse that decision, it may be hard to fight. Only because I'm not sure that unless your child is extremely contact reactive would being near a may contain item pose a great great risk. If your child was [i]eating[/i] such a product, of course the risk would be obvious. But sitting by it, I'm not so certain.

I didn't read the articles you posted yet, but I would assume the point of them is that products with cautionary labeling are to be avoided, as in, [i]not eaten[/i] by the allergic individual--the article not having anything to do with the safety of being in the same room with the may contain item. Course I could be wrong.

Sorry. I hope it turns out the way you'd like.

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