cross-contamination

Posted on: Wed, 08/06/2003 - 12:03am
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Hello all,

My son just had a reaction to PB on Saturday, so I am still trying to come to grips with everything.

I am reading labels and removing all products in the house that are listed as possibly containing trace amounts of nuts. However, I've read a post in which a woman stated she also avoided all food that may be cross contaminated even though it isn't listed. My question is: How do you know!!!

Overwhelmed,

Jen

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