Allergic Living Magazine Reveals the Grave Risks to Allergic Air Travellers



    Allergic Living Mounting Write-In Campaign

    TORONTO, Jan. 6 /CNW/ - Startling new research reveals that most major
airlines do not have clearly defined policies and procedures in place for
allergic passengers, and they continue to serve some of the most highly
allergenic foods, including nuts, sesame, fish and shellfish, according to
Allergic Living Magazine.
    In the Winter 2009 Allergic Living Magazine cover story "Plane Truths,"
Allergic Living contributor Jennifer Van Evra exposes an allergic passenger's
nightmare flying 38,000 feet over the Pacific Ocean, locked inside an Air
Canada plane with the flight attendants handing out packages of nuts.
    To view the full release online, please go to www.allergicliving.com and
click on "media."





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