The Allergy Guide to Brand-Name Foods and Food Additives

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New American Library, 1988 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
An alphabetized, cross-referenced guide to more than 3,500 brand-name foods includes notations as to whether they contain any of the most common allergens--corn, soy, nuts, wheat, milk, eggs, or peanuts--and provides helpful, possibly life-saving information for those with food allergies

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