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Is it safe to eat protein bars if I have peanut and soy allergies?
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Read the label
Be careful. Read the ingredients.
Most likely, there will be a bolded section as the end of the ingredients list saying whether or not the product contains peanut or soy or if it was processed in a plant that uses peanuts or soy in other products.

In brief: Read the label
Be careful. Read the ingredients.
Most likely, there will be a bolded section as the end of the ingredients list saying whether or not the product contains peanut or soy or if it was processed in a plant that uses peanuts or soy in other products.
Dr. Ankush Bansal
Dr. Ankush Bansal
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Dr. Paul Williams
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: If no peanut or soy
You need to be sure that the protein bars do not contain peanuts or soy.
In the us, all foods sold in this country have to declare if they contain these allergens. You may also have to avoid protein bars that have been packaged or processed in a plant that packages or processes peanuts or soy.

In brief: If no peanut or soy
You need to be sure that the protein bars do not contain peanuts or soy.
In the us, all foods sold in this country have to declare if they contain these allergens. You may also have to avoid protein bars that have been packaged or processed in a plant that packages or processes peanuts or soy.
Dr. Paul Williams
Dr. Paul Williams
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