Tree Nuts and their derivatives can be found in many products, including these shown below:
Found in: Baked goods, BBQ sauce, Cereals, Chocolate spread, Chocolates, Crackers, Desserts, Nut butter, Pesto and Salad dressings.
Tree nut allergy can affect many people with peanut allergy, with some people allergic to one tree nut, becoming allergic to others. Nuts are in many products and the possibility of cross contamination during food production can occur.
A tree nut allergy is normally severe and one that is associated with anaphylaxis. Generally, walnuts and cashews are the main culprits that cause the most severe allergic reactions. Of the children diagnosed with tree nut allergies, 90% will have them for life.
The most common reaction are:
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