Have you ever looked at a jar of peanuts, read the small print “May contain peanuts”, and rolled your eyes in awe? (On a side note, if you have a peanut allergy and then eat peanuts from a jar because that jar did NOT say, “May contain peanuts” you totally deserve whatever facial swelling, hives, and ER room expenses you get, because: STUPID.)
Obviously there are people with hugely sensitive food allergies, as this story about the poor teen girl that died after her boyfriend ate peanuts and then kissed her.
My point is that people that sell food need to be completely on top of that allergy thing to cover their asses in case someone with food allergies eats something they shouldn’t, due to neglect on the food providers’ part in informing the masses of what allergens might be in the product.
Oy, this post is just going on isn’t it?
Let me sum up.
Top food allergies: peanuts, eggs, wheat, and milk.
McDonald’s: has claimed for years that their french fries don’t have wheat or milk ingredients.
McDonald’s: Big fat liars.
Kids with allergies to milk: Probably puked every time they ate Mickey D’s fries.
Moms of kids with allergies: Should be pissed as all get out.
Me: Done writing this post.