'NATASHA'S LAW' ON FOOD LABELS IS ABOUT SAVING LIVES, SAYS ALLERGY GIRL'S FATHER

Nadim Ednan-Laperouse’s 15-year-old daughter died after an allergic reaction to sesame in a baguette from Pret A Manger.

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Manger: A manger or trough is a feeder that is made of carved stone, wood, or metal construction and is used to hold food for animals . Mangers are mostly used in livestock raising. They are also used to feed wild animals, e.g., in nature reserves. The word comes from the French manger , from Latin manducar