PeanutAllergy.Com newspaper article from Thursday, October 22, 1998

Posted on: Wed, 05/26/1999 - 4:09am
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Many have contacted us recently because they are working, or want to work, to make the airlines safer to travel on for peanut allergic people. If you are interested in working on this in any capacity let us know! Post what you are doing or would like to see done. If you do not want to post but want to get involved, voice your opinion, or let us know what you have been doing etc. email me at the address below.
Here is an article which was written during the publicity about peanuts on airlines last year. We have since moved back to Massachusetts (the article states we moved to Maine) because we felt it was necessary to developing the site.

Here is a link to the article, as you may know, it is the authors interpretation of our conversation.

[url="http://www.portland.com/post/peanuts.htm"]http://www.portland.com/post/peanuts.htm[/url]

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[This message has been edited by Chris PeanutAllergy Com (edited May 27, 1999).]

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