Those with life-threatening allergies to peanuts might be able to rest easy soon, if recent research proves out. A release from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University says researcher Mohamed Ahmedna has developed whole, roasted peanuts in which the allergen is completely inactivated. The new process—believed to be a first for food science—could provide relief to millions of peanut allergy sufferers, and be an enormous boon to the entire peanut industry. The university ...
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