Saturday, August 31, 2013

Nut allegies need to be taken seriously by everyone

"Natalie Giorgi's parents are speaking publicly in hopes of using their daughter's death as a push for change, and a vehicle for educating the public about the seriousness of food allergies.
"This can be a catalyst for a paradigm shift, much the way seat belt use has changed since when we were kids," Louis Giorgi said.
Natalie Giorgi died July 26 after eating a Rice Krispie treat that had been prepared with peanut products at Camp Sacramento on the final day of a multi-family camping trip, her parents said."

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