Burger King

Posted on: Sun, 04/25/1999 - 2:59am
Chris PeanutAllergy Com's picture
Joined: 04/25/2001 - 09:00

A lot of people use the major fast food companies. I have not been in contact with anyone, and I have not heard that anyone has actually checked with the companies to see if they are actively watching and dealing with peanut allergy. Yes, I have inquired many times at these local restaurants and have heard from many who have also done the same.
Sometimes the local chain seems to be assuring and sometimes you can tell you are not being understood like you should be.

If anyone has contacted the corporate end of these companies please let us know what you found out. When enough of us contact these companies it sometimes alerts them to start dealing with the allergy. If someone can find the persons to contact at these companies please post the information so that we can start to work to make sure they are safe for us. If the contact is different for different countries please post which country the contact information is for.

Stay Safe,


Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 4:21am
mom2two's picture
Joined: 06/09/2000 - 09:00

Is this a privately owned BUrger King or one of the franchises? I also went to the website [url="http://www.burgerking.com"]www.burgerking.com[/url]
and found that if you look in the section marked ingredients and then look in the section marked "other" they list the ingredients to partially hydrogenated vegetabel shortening and it does not include peanut oil.
I failed to see any peanut products in any of their ingredients on that web site so I am wondering perhaps if this particular burger king is privately run and therefore not subject to the same quality checks as a franchise?

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 4:37am
Heather's picture
Joined: 10/08/2006 - 09:00

I had no idea there was a difference. How do you know? Ask the manager?
My son just at at McDonald's for the first time in his 2 year life. My husband spoke to the manager before ordering and confirmed that they were cooking with soybean oil. I figure that's what we're always going to have to do if we want my son to eat there.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 5:03am
yarnwoman's picture
Joined: 10/09/2000 - 09:00

If you look at the ingredients in the sausage patty it states"Prepared in partially hydrogenated vegetable shortening."
The manager at the store where we ate told me over the phone that she knows that that shortening is not safe for people with peanut allergies. As far as I know it is a corporate store. I just wanted to share what I found with others as I found out while researching peanut allergies both on this site and others that hydrongenated vegetable stuff should be avoided unless it states what vegetable it is.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 5:32am
Heather's picture
Joined: 10/08/2006 - 09:00

Just to add to everything you just said, (edited), don't forget how much fat is in McDonald's food. We really don't eat there much at all but had to last Friday in a pinch (my groceries were an hour and 45 minutes late being delivered).

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 7:16am
mom2two's picture
Joined: 06/09/2000 - 09:00

yes, the ingredient DOES list partially hydrogenated vegetable shortening.
But THEN if you go to the "other" choice on the ingredient list it will tell you what
that shortening is made with! And it doesn't list peanut oil.
I was only asking because this store may do its buying from sources that are not used by franchise bk's.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 8:50am
yarnwoman's picture
Joined: 10/09/2000 - 09:00

All I can say is I was told verbally on the phone by a manager that it does contain peanut and the only thing my son would be able to eat was soda and possibly a hamburger patty without the bun. this is a corporate store so I don't know about franchises that do their own thing. forgive me for trying to let people know what an actual person said not just an ingredient list that is on line. This manager took time out of her day to check with corporate headquarters and they said nothing is safe. I thought I was doing people a favor to share that information. next time I will keep the information to myself.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 10:11am
Anonymous's picture
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Please don't stop posting warnings about food! I found what the manager told you at BK very interesting and frightening. I will definately not allow my son to eat there without checking with our local one first.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 10:31am
Sandra Y's picture
Joined: 08/22/2000 - 09:00

I just want to say I appreciate both yarnwoman's and mom2two's comments. I don't think mom2two is challenging or undermining the first post, she is just exploring further and trying to get to the bottom of this little mystery. There seems to be a discrepency b/t what a manager told yarnwoman and what is posted on BK's website. That's good to know.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 12:47pm
anonymous's picture
Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

Has anyone else noticed the "special" peanut butter cheese cake at BK? We need to be aware of cross contamination.

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 5:27pm
Jody5's picture
Joined: 10/25/2000 - 09:00

I just joined this group and wow everyone should take a deep breath. Never listen to what a person says especially if they say they think so. In dealing with a life threatning subject you have to be sure. If I took what waitress or waiters or even managers said my son would not be here today.
I learned so much from the food allery network it has news letters that are execellent. As for McDonald or Burger king my son has been fine eating there. I never get him any desserts there because the Mcflurrys have cross-contaminaion so just skip the dessert. I thought that when it listed hydrogenated veg. oil they by law had to list its source. Thank you

Posted on: Wed, 10/25/2000 - 12:43am
mom2two's picture
Joined: 06/09/2000 - 09:00

you have misinterpretated my posts. I do not argue with you that the manager told you it was not safe. I am just wondering why the BK website does not list peanut oil in their hydrogenated shortening and wondered perhaps the reason the bk was not safe that you went to is because its independently owned and not a franchise.
I would certainly not go to that bk again if I were you but I still am wondering if this is true of all bk's.

Posted on: Wed, 10/25/2000 - 4:29am
yarnwoman's picture
Joined: 10/09/2000 - 09:00

First I want to apologize for what I said in some ways this is still all new to me and the fact that there are places out there that don't tell you things is scary. My son has never had worse then hives so far but it scares me to death all the same. I just wanted people to know along the same lines of the pillsbury cookies mentioned above that there are some BK's out there who don't go by the same ingredients and that even those who say here are our ingredients showing you the corporate listing but they do know that peanuts are in what is being used in their store. I am going to ask to read things from now on and not go by the list that is posted on the wall.

Posted on: Wed, 10/25/2000 - 1:08pm
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Joined: 10/25/2000 - 09:00

Howdy to all,
I had to make a new screen name, because I have AOL at work registered to me and I happen to be elsewhere this evening catching up on the PA boards.
Ok, we all need to realize that there is NO FAST FOOD place safe for our kids. Not a single one, they can change vendors like we change undies. Always keep that in the back of your minds. WOrking in the health care field, i see our dietary dept. change vendors all the time.
Our BK here is privately owned, by a very nice man and his wife, he owns about 13 of them around town and a few other restraunts.
He told me that he buys from Gordons and US FOODS, but a few years ago he bought from rykoff sexton, then changed over to Gordons over night because of price comparsion. He also said that you msut remmber the employee turn over in a fst food place and that most of them are HS kids trying to make a buck or two. He has educated his employees on food allergies or at least he attempts to get to each and every new one, and he posts the allergy alerts from FAN, but he says some people can be absent minded and if the parents and kids ate there last week or even a day ago, they should contimue to ask, because it can change over night.
Another thing, can we all get along, I think everyone of us, is in this for the right reason, and always remember, everyones opinion is their own, on this site, no one is ever always right or always wrong either.
We just want what is best for our kids, or if we are adults maybe they are offering us advice to help our kids grow up with this stupid thing called PA and all the other allergies that is causes or comes with it.
If we used up all the energy it takes to get nasty with someone on the site and put it to good research or good efforts towards the FDa or the politcians (especially American ones) to get the word out about PA, we might get a little further with our CURE for our kids. Just thought i would add that.
So if you are ever in the South Bend area of Indiana, you can check the Quality dining webisite at [url="http://www.qualitydining.com"]www.qualitydining.com[/url] and you will see their list of ingridients for the day.

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 11:42am
DMB's picture
Joined: 02/22/2001 - 09:00

pWe were just at Burger King yesterday. My severely peanut allergic son (he even reacts to just touch) had that exact meal--chicken nuggets and fries. He's never had a reaction at that restaurant. From what I remember reading on this site, BK is one of the few fast-food restaurants that are "safe" for our peanut allergic children. That's what is so frustrating about this allergy, you just never know when or where they are going to have a reaction. Is your daughter allergic to anything else besides peanuts? How is she doing now?/p

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 8:57pm
carrie's picture
Joined: 05/15/1999 - 09:00

pIs your daughter allergic to sesame seeds? Burger King uses them all over their buns. Sesame seed allergy can be as severe as peanut, and it only takes a tiny amount to cause a severe reaction.br /
just a thought/p

Posted on: Sun, 03/12/2000 - 11:58pm
michelle's picture
Joined: 01/25/1999 - 09:00

pThis just a thought: I wonder if some one who was preparing the food could have been having a snack (containing peanut butter) that got on your child's food. The bad thing is that you can never be 100% sure what caused the reaction. Lately I have noticed that the fast food places in our town have become very sloppy and seem to have problems finding employees. We have gotten to the point that we dine out less and less. It just makes me too nervous. I wish that every restaurant had to educate and maintain food allergy awareness./p

Posted on: Mon, 03/13/2000 - 7:29am
scywong's picture
Joined: 10/28/1999 - 09:00

pI remember when I was down in the States they used to serve peanut butter sandwiches in the kid's meals. I wonder, do they still do this? and if they do, it could be a cross contamination from a person prepping the kid's meals. Just a thought/p

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 2:24am
AnMaMc's picture
Joined: 01/25/2000 - 09:00

pIn our local Burger Kings there are no Peanut Butter Sandwiches being served in the meals, but, they do offer a peanut butter pie as a desert item. Just wondering if maybe the reaction was due to cross contamination of some kind. Did your child play in their play area or eat at a table or did you bring it home?/p

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 3:23am
Christine's picture
Joined: 02/03/1999 - 09:00

pWow, how scary. We just had this exact meal on Sunday and my PA son had no problems with it at all!!! I think at this point I would be investigating some other, new allergen or a cross contamination issue as mentioned in the above posts.br /

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 11:56am
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Joined: 03/12/2000 - 09:00

pMy daughter had alot of other allergies at about 18 months old. She outgrew most of the food ones except peanuts. (Which her allergist said she never would outgrow it.) When I was in the hospital with her the doctor there said the person handling the food could have contaminated it. My husband brought the food home to eat. Some one from the quality assurance is supposed to call me back by the end of this week. Has anyone else heard that the ingredient natural flavoring can be peanut?/p

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 1:27pm
FromTheSouth's picture
Joined: 03/01/2000 - 09:00

pWe have eaten at Burger King many times and my "airborne" p.a. child has never had a reaction. We don't eat there often now because she doesn't like the sesame seeds. You can bet I'll be looking the menu over more closely for that peanut butter pie (and other rest. for that matter). If I were you, I would contact the manager and B.K. Corporate headquarters and report what happened. It might help keep it from happening again./p

Posted on: Sat, 03/25/2000 - 5:30am
Lidia's picture
Joined: 04/25/1999 - 09:00

pYes, a natural flavoring can contain peanut. I used to go crazy every time I saw that on a label. I called MANY food companies over that. My rule of thumb now is.. if it is a major manufacturer and it has natural flavoring - I allow it (with the exception of Quaker) if it is a little company I don't. Most companies I called told me the same thing- "if there was a peanut flavoring it would not be "lumped" under natural flavoring, they would list it separately because it is a top allergen." This is a comfort level thing and this is where I am now./p

Posted on: Tue, 04/25/2000 - 12:59am
carebear's picture
Joined: 04/25/2000 - 09:00

pI was surprised about the BK incident. My daughter ate there once when it first openend in GrandFalls, New Brunswick. She felt ill after She was 2 1/2 yrs. I have never been back. McDonalds seseame seeds bother her as well. These fast foods places are in fact getting pretty sloppy ay how they are serving food. Especially with drive throughs. Check out how they go through picking up food and putting it in bags! Sorry to complain/p

Posted on: Tue, 04/25/2000 - 1:46am
MaryLynn's picture
Joined: 06/25/1999 - 09:00

pWe do not eat at BK anymore as our daughter is soy allergic as well as peanut. BK has French Toast sticks that are fried and do contain soy flour, in my opinion that could contaminate the oil. Any one else hae an opionion on this? Also the chicken patties that are grilled on the same belt and fall in the same catch bin as the hamburgers, contain soy protein and soy flour. Our duaghter had a mild reaction, one that was questionable about going to the hospital. We were in a strange rural area and did not feel comfortable about the hospital situation esp. since she did respond well to the Benadryl. /p
pGood luck with your search and hope all goes well./p

Posted on: Wed, 04/26/2000 - 9:28am
June's picture
Joined: 04/26/2000 - 09:00

pMy grandaughter with a peanut allergy has been advised to check labels carefully for the presence of hydrolised plant protein and hydrolised vegetable protein/p

Posted on: Wed, 04/26/2000 - 4:14pm
tania.n's picture
Joined: 04/10/2000 - 09:00

pIs that a peanut related product?If so I will be on the look out also.Let me know.....thanks it something I'm not looking for./p

Posted on: Fri, 04/28/2000 - 3:48pm
DebO's picture
Joined: 03/15/1999 - 09:00

pHydrolized plant protein is a filler type product used in a lot of foods - it can be derived from a variety of products including peanut and soy. The problem is that most companies, when you call, will not identify the actual plant used to make the hpp (I think it comes from a third party supplier so they don't really know). My allergist lists it on the list of products to avoid for peanut allergy and i think it is on FAN's list too. BTW it is in lots of foods, including most Campbell's soups./p

Posted on: Mon, 05/01/2000 - 6:29am
momma2rac's picture
Joined: 03/03/2000 - 09:00

pFan actually removed them from how to read a label for a peanut free diet. I called to ask why one thing had them listed and one didnt. She said that they were advised to remove the hydrolised plant protein and hydrolised vegetable protein off the sheets because manufactures now list what makes up that ingedient. I told her that I just saw it on a label. So I would still watch out for it, but that is what FAN is advising.br /

Posted on: Sun, 10/01/2000 - 4:05am
anonymous's picture
Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

pI just found this topic and it relates to my son as well. I have been to buger king about 3 or 4 times with my son. Each time, he threw up and got hives. He had chicken nuggets and french fries (which he has no problems with anywhere else.) I thought it might have been reflux because he hadn't been diagnosed with that before the incidences, but I don't think so anymore. I know he is not allergic to peanut oil, so that couldn't be it either. I refuse to ever go back there and I think I'm going to request a list of ingredients./p

Posted on: Sun, 10/01/2000 - 10:35pm
PattyR's picture
Joined: 04/12/2002 - 09:00

pMy son once reacted to chicken nuggets at McDonalds. In hind sight, I think it was possibly egg in the batter. Do you know if Burger King used egg in their chicken nuggets and if so, could that be the problem you are experiencing?/p

Posted on: Mon, 10/02/2000 - 11:15am
dhumphries's picture
Joined: 02/02/1999 - 09:00

pMy son has always enjoyed Wendy's and we considered it safe until recently. We have just moved to a new town, and the last two times he has had Wendy's chicken nuggets and fries, he has thrown up, and then appears to be fine afterwards. We have no idea what might be different in the ingredients, but sadly, we won't eat at Wendy's again./p

Posted on: Wed, 10/18/2000 - 2:28pm
FromTheSouth's picture
Joined: 03/01/2000 - 09:00

pI live in the South (obviously) where chicken and seafood are often fried in peanut oil as it cooks at a higher temp. without burning so food cooks quicker. I wonder if the chicken nuggets were prepared with peanut oil. I do not consider peanut oil safe, no matter which country it comes from. Not worth the risk of a single trace of the allergen being present./p

Posted on: Tue, 10/24/2000 - 4:07am
yarnwoman's picture
Joined: 10/09/2000 - 09:00

pHibr /
just wanted to let you all know to check a post I just made on the main board and on the alert board about Burger king. I just found out that they use hydrologized vegetable oil and the store manager here in san diego california said the only thing safe for my son was soda. He had a reaction this weekend after eating there./p

Posted on: Mon, 01/08/2001 - 8:18pm
Claire's picture
Joined: 04/19/2000 - 09:00

pSorry to hear about the Burger King experience. Christopher will not eat their. He says that it makes his throat hurt and he feels like he can not breathe. I think he said the nuggets are what does it. We have been lucky with McDonalds,but like I said before we never get dessert there. Best wishes with your daughter. claire/p

Posted on: Mon, 01/08/2001 - 11:48pm
Chris PeanutAllergy Com's picture
Joined: 04/25/2001 - 09:00

p"think I'm going to request a list of ingredients?"/p
pDid you say think? As in, did not check BEFORE eating?/p
pJust wanted to remind everyone to find out BEFORE!!!/p
pStay Safe,/p
p[email]Chris@PeanutAllergy.Com[/email]br /
(I am not picking on you, just used your sentence to get the point across, there are many who could use this reminder) It is often such an inconvenience to check at such places (we are working to make it easier) that many do not check ingredients at restaurants and fast food places./p
pWHY? Would you feed your peanut allergic person elsewhere without checking ingredients and cross contamination?br /
Hopefully not!!! (again, not directed at anyone, just trying to get the point across!)/p

Posted on: Tue, 01/09/2001 - 12:11am
Claire's picture
Joined: 04/19/2000 - 09:00

pChris, I have always gone through the wait of finding out ingredients. However at burger King i have been told there are no peanut products in the food. The thing is I think people fib about the ingredients because they do not want to be bothered with looking. I have managed to leave many places because of this. I would never stay anywhere we were not comfortable. It is just amazing the laziness of some people in the fast food restaurants. Yes I do get dirty looks,but Christopher will always be first. We will probably never go into a friendly restaurant again. You are so right in your posting about never forgetting where ever we are we should check the ingredients. If the waiter or waitress acts ignorant then do not take their word,because I feel they do not care enough to check.. Best wishes claire/p

Posted on: Thu, 03/29/2001 - 3:52am
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Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

pListen...BurgerKing,McDonalds,Wendy's etc. are NOT HEALTHY FOOD CHOICES for children of any age..so we,( as you should too)keep our children away from these mass produced, low quality control,full of pesticides-and Goodness knows what else-and would even if they were not peanut allergic. There are so many better choices (food from home, for instance).Fast food is a cop out,our children's health and life is more important./p

Posted on: Sun, 04/01/2001 - 10:46pm
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Joined: 02/12/2001 - 09:00

pHey Olivia's Mom, why don't you tell us what you REALLY think? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]/p
pSorry, I thought this was a place for PA support, not a place for us to nitpick each others' choices as parents. I'm fully aware that their are healthier food options for my children, nonetheless I do OCCASIONALLY allow them fast food and I've come here to make sure I can keep my PA child safe. But the next time I'm looking for a lecture from the food police I'll be sure to look you up. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]/p

Posted on: Mon, 04/02/2001 - 9:50am
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Joined: 04/12/2002 - 09:00

pMiriam,br /
I couldn't have said it better myself...LOL! I agree with your comments!/p

Posted on: Mon, 04/02/2001 - 1:55pm
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Joined: 06/23/2000 - 09:00

pFrom the South, Thanks for the information: "peanut oil cooks at a higher temperature without burning." I know sometimes peanut oil is used because it is cheaper. Are there other reasons that you know why peanut oil is chosen?/p

Posted on: Tue, 04/03/2001 - 2:18am
mom2two's picture
Joined: 06/09/2000 - 09:00

pMir: LOL, I was waiting for someone to reply to Oliva's Mom re: telling us what we "should" or "should not" feed our kids.br /
I am guessing she may be a new first time mom? I remember feeding #1 ONLY organic products that I pureed, etc. Well, as it turns out, she is the highly allergic one, AND, to boot, she is now sooo picky about what she eats too. Hates all veggies (hopefully a phase????) but, of course, LOVES french fries and chicken mcnuggets at mcdonalds. Ah well....br /
Personally, I have a much greater fear of all mammal meats and byproducts, such as cow's milk, burgers, cheese, etc. But that is MY opinion, not going to condemn others for eating/drinking that stuff./p

Posted on: Tue, 04/03/2001 - 8:38am
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Joined: 04/03/2001 - 09:00

pRead this.../p
p [url="http://www.msnbc.com/news/553990.asp"]http://www.msnbc.com/news/553990.asp[/url]/p

Posted on: Tue, 04/03/2001 - 10:23am
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Joined: 08/03/2000 - 09:00

pOlivia's mom,/p
pPlease note: We are all in this leaky boat together. Sniping doesn't help anyone. I believe very strongly in feeding my daughter only healthy food whenever I can. However, when I am traveling, particularly in remote areas, opting for the "healthy" restaurants is not always safe. I would rather go to Subway than Wendys or Burger King or McDonalds. But Subway bakes peanut cookies in the same ovens as their sandwich bread. I would rather go to a quiet diner, but if I am far from home and a hospital, I would rather not take the risk. /p
pIn fact, I try to take food along for Patricia. But sometimes even the anti-fastfood moms find themselves relying on fast food. I don't take Patricia out to fast food much at all. But when I need to, it's nice to know which places are probably the safest./p

Posted on: Tue, 04/03/2001 - 12:08pm
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Joined: 04/28/2000 - 09:00

pAmy, AMEN.br /

Posted on: Thu, 04/12/2001 - 7:55am
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Posted on: Thu, 04/12/2001 - 1:17pm
Sarahsmom's picture
Joined: 04/04/2001 - 09:00

pDear Scaredmom--did you have a recent episode???? Thanks for the headsup. I had always heard how pricey pn oil was, so figured the cheesy fast food places that we go to McD, BK etc wouldn't use it. I'd have lumped Chick-Fil-A in with it. (know the spelling because I used to dine there DAILY as a teen, dipping the fries in mayo...ahhh those were the days, eh?) I am learning quickly DO NOT ASSUME, DO NOT LUMP!! I love these boards!!! although I'm getting a bit pessimistic on life in general these days.../p

Posted on: Tue, 04/24/2001 - 12:40am
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Joined: 05/28/2009 - 16:42

pWe have several Burger Kings in our area. One of the Burger Kings had a Peanut Butter pie as a promotional product for several months. I asked the manager how long they planned on selling it, and they said about 3 to 4 months. I said the sooner they get rid of it, the better. Needless to say, I didn't go to that Burger King until the promotion was over. However, on a positive note, the dessert was enclosed in a box when given to customers. Of course, the peanut residue could be all over the tables and play areas. As for the employees, I've worked in food service, and I'm sure if they're selling it, they're eating it too and probably not washing their hands./p

Posted on: Sun, 04/29/2001 - 4:37am
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Joined: 04/29/2001 - 09:00

pWe had a problem at Wendy's, Fries and Burger. But Chick-Fil-A, my son loves it. He eats the kids chicken meal and has no sign of reactions. I wonder if each Chick-Fil-A uses different oils./p

Posted on: Sun, 04/29/2001 - 6:13am
PattyR's picture
Joined: 04/12/2002 - 09:00

pChick-Fil-A restaurants all use peanut oil as far as I know. The kind that they use is not likely to have peanut protein in it but most of us here are not willing to take the risk. My concern would be them using an unsafe type if they were to run out./p

Posted on: Sun, 07/08/2001 - 6:39am
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Joined: 07/08/2001 - 09:00

pCan you tell me if any of your experiences with Burger King or Subway was in Canada, I am not sure if the canadain restraunts are different with the ones in the states. My allergy to peanuts is very deadly as many others are./p


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An epinephrine auto-injector provides an emergency dose of epinephrine (adrenaline) to treat life-threatening allergic reactions. Those who have...

Oyster sauce is used for a variety of recipes, including as an earthy dressing for noodles, vegetables, and stir-fries, or as a base for other...

The high incidence of food allergy in children, and the reason many kids eventually...

Parents of children with food allergies often share tips about safe foods, allergy-friendly restaurants, and other experiences and challenges of...

Because food allergies are so common among children today, a great idea for sharing information with other classmates is to incorporate the topic...

When a child is diagnosed with peanut allergy, the implications ripple past the parents to rattle the rest of us - older siblings, grandparents,...

Your best defense against anaphylactic shock is to know what you’re up against. Anaphylaxis is a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction....

Inhalers Sometimes Contain Soy

Many people use inhalers to take the drug albuterol to help their asthma or allergies, and those with COPD...

Some people with shellfish allergy have concerns about consuming sea salt that might be contaminated with traces of shellfish. Though there are...

Nearly 25 percent of children with a peanut allergy will outgrow it. However, there is a small risk...