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Unusual or Unexpected Sources of Peanut

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I totally agree with you on that Sunshine. I wont eat anything unless Ive scanned the label with my ShopWell app and I wont go into a bakery unless its on the AllergyEats app. And anytime I go into a bakery, Ill still talk to the manager to make sure that there arent any nuts in the products or facility.

As far as candy goes, I have my list of candies that I know and trust. Any of the Tootsie products are my go to. Their site states ""All of our confections are completely peanut, tree nut, and nut product free. We have no peanut or tree nut products in any of our manufacturing plants."" https://tootsie.com/faqs/

Ipiit and Shopwell are my saving grace because I am able to scan when Im out shopping but other than that its so important to be educated about the hidden sources of peanuts. You would never think that gardening products or furniture would contain peanuts. And these things can spark a reaction.

Oh wow, I had no idea that some bean bag chairs and fertilizer contained peanuts. Thats so good to know. Its pretty scary because you wouldnt think that sitting on a bean bag chair might possibly cause a reaction and if it does you wouldnt know why you were having a reaction at the time. Ive heard that stuffed animals can be stuffed with birdseed, which might contain peanuts, and thats something that I would never have imagined.

I am really careful when handling any kind of food that is made for pets and animals. These manufacturers are not as careful with their labeling. This has been my experience.

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