Tech Corner: CertiStar

Leah LeMoineDecember 30, 2019
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Dining out with food allergies is challenging at best, deadly at worst. Phoenix entrepreneur Shandee Chernow used her own experience with allergies to create CertiStar, a software program servers and school cafeteria employees can use to identify food allergens so patrons can feast without fear of emergency room visits. CertiStar (starting at $99/month) is in use at Chompie’s, Joe’s Real BBQ and more.

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