Which ingredients must be listed on food labels, due to food allergies?

Tania Elliott, MD
Internal Medicine
There are several ingredients that make up 90% of food allergies, including milk, eggs, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, wheat and soy. Watch allergy specialist Tania Elliott, MD, discuss what to look out for on food labels, and cross-contamination.

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