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As baseball season gets into full swing, many fans enjoy traditional ballpark favorites like peanuts. But not everyone can safely savor this popular treat. Peanuts induce an allergic reaction in millions of Americans.
Sandra Avant, Public Affairs Specialist, Agricultural Research Service
Research and Science