Reply Help! Chocolate & Nut Allergies!!!!

Jaclyn ...

Unless you have insurance to cover medical or death of a consumer eating your product. I would HIGHLY suggest avoiding all allergy orders. I have several very close friends I won’t bake for because of food allergies. It’s a risk not worth taking.

Allergies can be as simple as maybe a light rash to death. There is risk of cross contamination, which is why they post those labels. Some people have air born allergies, and just them breathing it in will cause shock to the body.

I feel it’s our job to know our products before the consumer calls and explain these issues.

I like Jessica’s idea, best. let mom decide what type of “warning label” she would want her child to have. :-)