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UK food labelling laws under scrutiny following death of teenage girl

Coroner, MPs call for action after 15-year-old dies after eating baguette with undeclared sesame seed

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Food labelling regulations are to come under greater scrutiny in the UK after a teenager died from an allergic reaction from a baguette containing sesame seed that was not mentioned on the label.


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