I would say lawsuit world as well. In Estonia we don't have labels like that, but here you can't sure for things like that either.
Anyways, about allergies. I was born during a time when living conditions were not exactly pristine (Estonia in the beginning of the 90s was just recovering from the USSR), and I also was out a lot as a child, getting myself dirty and once I remember I ate my ice cream, even after I had dropped it on the ground (silly, that). Now, I only had an allergy towards hazelnut tree pollen. But my two little brothers had like dozens of allergies, so when my mom breastfed, she was reduced to eating, well...potatoes and sausages basically, since it was so bad.
She's sought lots of help for the boys and while my younger brother does not have those allergies anymore, the older still does (luckily they don't have asphyxiatic effects, he just gets rashes and the like) . Mom's also learned that yep, keeping kids in a completely sterile environment is actually bad for them and helping them get used to certain bacteria and stuff lets them build up resistance.
My two cents.