Mass House stalls bill for nut disclosures in restaurants

Posted on: Mon, 08/30/1999 - 10:57am
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According to the Avon Messenger Thurs Aug 26, 1999 edition. The Mass House has shipped off to a study committee bill H3800, requiring restaurants to disclose on their menus any foods which are cooked in peanut oil or contain nuts of any kind. Please contact your local representative and urge them to save this bill, H3800. Thank you for your support.
Sincerely,
Susan

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