\'Peanut-free\' tables are common in school cafeterias

Posted on: Sat, 06/04/2005 - 10:45pm
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Food allergies were again discussed last October, when then-state Education Commissioner Nicholas Donohue sent a letter to all school superintendents asking that they refer to Massachusetts' food-allergy protocols when confronting allergies in their districts.

Massachusetts' guidelines, issued three years ago, outline the responsibilities of various school officials and offer tips for preventing allergic reactions on school property.


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