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One of the things food allergies and celiac disease have in common is that cross-contact matters -- a lot! So how do yo... One of the things food allergies and celiac disease have in common is that cross-contact matters -- a lot! So how do you make sure that the foods you buy are safe from threats at the microscopic level? More
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Event Title: Twitter party: Interviewing your food: The Nitty-gritty of Cross Contact
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20th May, 2015 9:00PM

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20th May, 2015 10:00PM

Event Description: One of the things food allergies and celiac disease have in common is that cross-contact matters -- a lot! So how do you make sure that the foods you buy are safe from threats at the microscopic level?
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