Seeds allergies are among the most common allergies. This typically includes sesame, sunflower, and pumpkin seeds. Botanically speaking, the definition of “edible seed” differs from what is commonly considered a seed; this can make determining cross-reactions and which seeds one might be allergic to challenging.
Certain highly refined oils do not require listing of allergens as the protein content is likely minimal; however caution should be exercised based on severity of allergy. Coconuts may cause allergic reactions in those with seed allergies.
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