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CDC releases food allergy guidelines for schools

ATLANTA (AP) -- The federal government is issuing its first guidelines to schools on how to protect children with food allergies.

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Realchange - 10/30/2013 5:06 PM
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Devil is in details as they say. The wording of this article is deceptive. By nut restriction this mean kids will not be allowed to bring Peanut and Jelly sandwich's to school. Reason is little Johnny who has AHD will steal it and then eat it. He has food allergy, but he could care less. Does not matter that he stole it or ate it without regard for his own well being. Then the school can blame you, as a parent, for bringing a banned item to school rather than lack of supervision with AHD and other special requirement kids during their meal times. So to keep a few safe we must punish all of the kids. Speak out all you want it will not change.
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