Hidden Allergens in Foods and Implications for Labelling and Clinical Care of Food Allergic Patients
Current Allergy and Asthma Reports, 05/08/2012
Zurzolo GA et al. – There is evidence to suggest that threshold levels below which reactions are not provoked in allergic individuals do exist and these have been established in the literature for peanuts. Additional information such as understanding threshold levels will be important to this field of research. The data that will be obtained from future clinical trials will help to underpin action plans for precautionary labelling.