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food allergies how to read labels and carry epipens
MILK
butter, butter fat, butter oil, butter acid,
butter ester(s)
buttermilk
casein hydrolysate
caseinates
(in all forms)
cheese
cottage cheese
cream
custard
diacetyl
ghee
lactalbumin, lactalbumin phosphate
lactoferrin
lactose
lactulose
milk (in all forms, including condensed,
derivative,
dry, evaporated, goat’s milk and milk from
other animals, lowfat, malted, milk fat, nonfat,
powder, protein, skimmed, solids, whole)
milk protein hydrolysate
pudding
Recaldent
rennet casein
sour cream, sour cream solids
sour milk solids
tagatose
whey (in all forms)
whey protein hydrolysate
yogurt

Milk is sometimes found in the following:
artificial butter flavor
baked goods
caramel candies
chocolate
lactic acid starter culture and other bacterial
cultures
luncheon meat, hot dogs, sausages
margarine
nisin
nondairy products
nou
PEANUTS
beer nuts
cold pressed, expelled pressed, or
extruded peanut oil
goobers
ground nuts
monkey nuts
nut pieces
nut meat
peanut butter
peanut flour
peanut protein hydrolysate
Peanut is sometimes found in the
following:
African, Asian
(especially Chinese, Indian,
Indonesian, Thai, and Vietnamese), and
Mexican dishes
baked goods
(e.g., pastries, cookies)
candy (including chocolate candy)
chili
egg rolls
enchilada sauce
marzipan
mole sauce
nougat

Keep the following in mind:
Mandelonas are peanuts soaked in
almond flavoring.

The FDA exempts highly refined peanut
oil from being labeled as an allergen.
Studies show that most allergic
individuals can safely
eat peanut oil that has been highly
refined (not cold pressed, expelled
pressed, or extruded peanut oil).

A study showed that unlike other
legumes, there is a strong possibility of
cross-reaction between peanuts
and lupine.

Arachis oil is peanut oil.

It is recommended that if you are allergic
to peanuts to avoid tree nuts as well.
Sunflower seeds are often produced on
equipment shared with peanuts
EGGS
(dried, powdered, solids, white, yolk)
eggnog
lysozyme
mayonnaise
meringue
(meringue powder)
surimi

Egg is sometimes found in the
following:
baked goods
egg substitutes
lecithin
macaroni
marzipan
marshmallows
nougat
pasta

Keep the following in mind:
Individuals with egg allergy should also
avoid eggs from duck, turkey, goose,
quail, etc., as these are known to be
cross-reactive with chicken egg
NUTS
Avoid foods that contain nuts or any of these
ingredients:
artificial nuts
beechnut
Brazil nut
butternut
cashew
chestnut
chinquapin nut
coconut
filbert/hazelnut
gianduja (a chocolate-nut mixture)
ginkgo nut
hickory nut
litchi/lichee/lychee nut
macadamia nut
marzipan/almond paste
Nangai nut
natural nut extract (e.g., almond, walnut)
nut butters (e.g., cashew butter)
nut meal
nut meat
nut paste (e.g., almond paste)
nut pieces
pecan
pesto
pili nut
pine nut (also referred to as Indian, pignoli,
pigñolia, pignon, piñon, and pinyon nut)
pistachio
praline
shea nut

Tree nuts are sometimes found in the
following:
black walnut hull extract (flavoring)
natural nut extract
nut distillates/alcoholic extracts
nut oils (e.g., walnut oil, almond oil)
walnut hull extract (flavoring)
SOURCE: http://www.foodallergy.org/home
MILK, PEANUTS, EGGS, AND NUTS
AND ARE LISTED UNDER OTHER NAMES:
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Always read all labels on all packages carefully every time even if
you have eaten the package food before. Companies change
ingredients and even the same product could have different
ingredients depending on when and where it was manufactured.
Keep the following in mind:
Mortadella may contain pistachios.
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