We should not be cheeseparing when it comes to food safety.
The most common allergen in India are milk, egg and peanuts. According to the IAP survey, 11.4 per cent children under the age of 14 years suffer from some form of allergies and they usually peak around the month of May.
From digestive problems, itchiness, swelling, vomiting to breathing trouble, the symptoms of the allergic reactions may vary. If undiagnosed or ignored, food allergies may even cause death.
The gluten contained in wheat, barley, semolina, pasta, breads, and noodles may cause allergies of many types.