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Saturday, March 29, 2008

Intolerable Food

This must be some of that dry British humor that Americans don't get. From

Chef Sue Widdicombe has launched a range of allergy-friendly ready-meals to help caterers provide for customers with food intolerances.

As well as being gluten-, wheat- and dairy-free, the meals are also free from additives and preservatives. They also avoid MSG, eggs and shellfish and most are also sulphite- and sesame seed-free.

The name of her firm? The Intolerable Food Co.

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