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Food allergies most often occur when the immune system overreacts to certain substances that are otherwise harmless. Most common food allergens are proteins and account for 90% of all allergic reactions.
- Tree nuts
Examples: Walnuts, Pecans, Hazelnuts
Individuals with food allergies should always carry, and know how to administer, a prescribed epinephrine pen (epi-pen) for emergency situations.
Always read labels on food packages carefully. If a desired food product does not contain an ingredients list, do not eat it. While dining out, ask if specific allergy causing ingredient(s) are used in food preparation. The only way to avoid a reaction is to completely avoid food allergens.
If you have further questions or concerns contact Thumann's at (201)935-3636 or email
For more information about food allergies go to www.foodallergy.org
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