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(NU) - When dining out, Americans with food allergies can findrestaurant visits stressful, if not hazardous. But many restaurants now make allergen information readily available.
For example, UNO presents detailed health information, including notes about its gluten-free dishes, on its Web site, www.unos.com. If a restaurant doesn’t post nutrition and ingredient information online, try calling ahead to speak to a manager. Also, tell your server about your specific allergies, and ask him to communicate your needs to the kitchen.