McDonald's Canada: Reaffirm your commitment to the food allergy community. #NotLovinIt
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On January 17th, McDonald’s Canada introduced a new allergy statement that indicates all products on their menu “may contain or come into contact with peanuts, tree nuts, or other allergens”.
The new allergy statement essentially means that all products in McDonald’s restaurants may contain or have come in contact with any allergen.
They also launched the SKOR McFlurry (which contains almonds) and noted that the SKOR pieces will not be in a contained package like other nut products currently available at McDonald’s. This is one of several new products to be added to their menu.
We need a strong and collective response to McDonald’s on these new changes to let them know how this impacts the more than 2.5 million Canadians with food allergies, and to the millions more who support them.
Please sign our petition asking McDonald’s Canada to meet with Food Allergy Canada and reaffirm their commitment to their guests with food allergies. Read our letter to John Betts, President & CEO.
And please help further this cause by sharing this petition with your family, friends and others. #NotLovinIt
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