College of the Holy Cross Dining Services has opened a new allergy-free kitchen and introduced a gluter-free meal equivalency program in an effort to better serve the estimated hundred or so students diagnosed with food allergies. The special kitchen, located in Kimball Dining Hall, was part of the dining hall pantry but has been renovated to stock gluten-free snacks, microwaveable convenience foods, single-use dishes and silverware and simple prep equipment like a toaster and microwave. ...

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