The latest advice says that earlier exposure to peanuts is best.
“We received complaints and concerns regarding the broadcast. This is very much on our radar… It is extremely risky to pull a stunt like this without considering the danger.”
By decoding the DNA of peanuts, a group of scientists from the University of Western Australia say they can make an allergy-free peanut.
A pub manager from the UK died following a severe allergic reaction to takeout curry made with a ground nut mix containing peanuts, instead of the usual almond powder.
Tim Spector, a Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at Kings College in London says the risk of an allergic reaction from nut dust is nonexistent.
With the growing prevalence of peanut allergies and greater strides by sports arenas to accommodate those who suffer from them, we may need to think up some alternate lyrics to “Take Me Out to the Ball Game.”