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Did you know that the month of May has been designated National Allergy Awareness Month? While many of us are sneezing our way through the pollen season, we should also remember many people are affected by food allergies every day.
Charlsia Fortner, Food Safety Specialist, Office of Food Safety, Supplemental Nutrition and Safety Programs
Health and Safety