Re: Apps Shape What We Eat
@danielcawrey I also thought of food allergies when I read this. It would have to be amazingly advanced, though, to pick up traces of food that aren't even part of the ingredient list. You may have noticed that some products say that they are made in a plant that processes nuts, milks, wheat, etc., as a warning to people that there could be traces left in the food. Though they are not required to list the ingredients if they are not added directly, they do have to warn consumers about enough of a presence to trigger an attack in those who are allergic. Every once in a while, there's a recall on a product for "undeclared" ingredients.