Toronto Star Article - Sept 8, 1999

Posted on: Thu, 09/09/1999 - 12:03pm
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The Toronto Star ran a wonderful article regarding schools & peanuts. At the end of the article it even had a listing of acceptable foods to put in classmates lunches should they be in a peanut-free classroom. Check it out!!! [url="http://www.eatwrite.com"]http://www.eatwrite.com[/url]
I have also posted this under Schools. This is where Chris has shown the full link of [url="http://www.eatwrite.com/eatwrite/food"]http://www.eatwrite.com/eatwrite/food[/url] allergies.html Hope you all enjoy this article. It is a great one to have sent home the first week of school.

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Lisa

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