Some supermarkets, gourmet shops and bakeries routinely sell mislabeled products that pose a danger to children with food allergies, according to Chicago Tribune testing and a comprehensive check of grocery aisles. When informed of the findings, more than a dozen companies and stores said they would remove products from shelves or fix labels to properly disclose all ingredients.
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