The Allergy Assassin app was designed by peanut allergy sufferer Matt Jackson. It works by algorithmically deducing the likelihood of specific allergens being present in dishes. The user types in a list of their food allergies initially, and then enters the name of a dish, such as "Pad Thai" or "Spaghetti Bolognese." A result will return reflecting whether or not allergens are present in the dish. When "Pad Thai" is entered, a stop sign appears with a ...

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