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Peanut Allergy

– List of Foods to avoid
– Foods that often contain PEANUT
– Situations to look out for cross-contact
– Foods that are usually considered safe for PEANUT allergic individuals

– General information
– Unexpected sources of peanuts
– Cross contact risks
– Upto 20% children can outgrow their peanut allergies
– Alternative nut butters may be risky alternatives

– Ingredients that contain peanuts
– Ingredients that MAY contain peanuts
– Ingredients that may not be safe
– Sample PEANUT-FREE Recipes
– Printable Resources to Help Read Labels for Peanut Allergy
Travel size card for Peanut Allergy Label reading(pdf)
One Page handout Peanut Allergy Label reading(pdf)

– General info
– How to avoid Peanut
– Ingredients that indicate presence of Peanut
– Hidden sources of Peanut


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