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Facts in a Nutshell
Food allergies are more common than ever in the U.S.  We are becoming more aware of the seriousness of severe allergic reactions and the potential life-threatening risks for anyone suffering from severe allergies.
Due to the life-threatening risks associated with peanut and nut allergies many of our schools, social groups and community organizations are implementing peanut free and nut free policies.
Peanuts are legumes (the term “legume” comes from the Latin verb “to gather”).  As well as peanuts, the legume family includes peas, beans, lentils and soy.
Anyone suffering from peanut allergies should avoid all food and products that contain peanut and peanut derivatives. This includes any product that has an ingredient list that warns it “may contain” or “may contain traces of” peanut.
Tree nuts, on the other hand, are almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts (filberts), macadamia nuts, pecans, pine nuts (pignolias), pistachio nuts and walnuts. Anyone suffering from tree nut allergies should avoid all food and products that contain tree nut and tree nut derivatives. This includes any product that has an ingredient list that warns it “may contain” or “may contain traces of” tree nuts.
Consumers should be aware that cross-contamination can occur through the transfer of an ingredient to a product that does that normally have that ingredient in it. Cross-contamination can occur in food manufacturing during the production and packaging processes. Only products that are labeled “peanut and nut free” can truly make the claim that their products have been manufactured and packaged in a peanut and nut free facility.

Van Wyk Confection’s chocolate has been certified peanut-free since 2000,
and is regularly inspected by government agencies.

"We do not claim nut-free on our bars because we produce Roasted Almond Chocolate Bars. Although nobody can claim zero risk of cross-contamination, we feel it is well-controlled throughout the manufacturing process and until the product is shipped to our customers".
"All items marked with the peanut-free logo are manufactured in a peanut-free zone. This area is completely closed off from the rest of the plant, and restricted to authorized personnel only. As an example, it is never included in the plant tour that is sometimes given to customers. Samples of each production lot are analyzed for traces of peanuts".

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