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A Tree Nut List

Pine Nut CAN be found in some Sauces, including the Aioli Sauce, even though its not traditional to the original recipe. Tree Nuts can also be found in Natural and Artificial flavoring, mortadella, Calisson, Gianduja, Wintergreen extract, candies, desserts, chocolates, and prepackaged food or drink item and in bean bags, bird seed, cosmetics, conditioners, craft materials, creams, hacksacks, kick bags, lotions, massage oils, scrubs, shampoos, soaps, sunscreens, Spa treatments and any liquid or cream product.
Beech Nut
Brazil Nut
Bush Nut
Ginko Nut
Hickory Nut
Indian Nut
Lichee Nut
Macadamia Nut
Mashuga Nut
Nangai Nut
Pili Nut
Pignon Nut
Pine Nut
Shea Nut
Walnuts (of all kinds)
Almond [Prunus dulcis (Rosaceae)] Almond paste Anacardium Nuts Anacardium occidentale (Anacardiaceae) [Cashew] Artificial Nuts Beech Nut [Fagus spp. (Fagaceae)] Brazil Nut [Bertholletia excelsa (Lecythidaceae)] Bertholletia excelsa (Lecythidaceae) [Brazil Nut] Bush Nut [Macadamia, Queensland Nut] Butternut Butyrospermum Parkii [Shea Nut] Canarium ovatum Engl. in A. DC. (Burseraceae) [Pili Nut] Caponata Carya illinoensis (Juglandaceae) [Pecan] Carya spp. (Juglandaceae) [Hickory Nut] Cashew [Anacardium occidentale (Anacardiaceae)] Castanea pumila (Fagaceae) [Chinquapin] Castanea spp. (Fagaceae) [Chestnut (Chinese, American, European, Seguin)] Chestnuts (Chinese, American, European, Seguin) [Castanea spp. (Fagaceae)] Chinquapin [Castanea pumila (Fagaceae)] Coconut [Cocos nucifera L. (Arecaceae (alt. Palmae)] Cocos nucifera L. (Arecaceae (alt. Palmae) [Coconut] Corylus spp. (Betulaceae) [Filbert/hazelnut] Filbert [Corylus spp. (Betulaceae)] Fagus spp. (Fagaceae) [Beech Nut] Gianduja Ginko Nut [Ginkgo biloba L. (Ginkgoaceae)] Ginkgo biloba L. (Ginkgoaceae) [Ginko Nut] Hazelnut [Corylus spp. (Betulaceae)] Heartnut Hickory Nut [Carya spp. (Juglandaceae)] Indian Nut Juglans cinerea (Juglandaceae) [Butternut] Juglans spp. (Juglandaceae) [Walnut, Butternut, Heartnut] Karite (Shea Nut) Lichee Nut [Litchi chinensis Sonn. Sapindaceae] Litchi chinensis Sonn. Sapindaceae [Lichee Nut] Lychee Nut Macadamia Nut [Macadamia spp. (Proteaceae)] Macadamia spp. (Proteaceae) [Macadamia Nut/Bush Nut/Queensland Nut] Mandelonas Marzipan Mashuga Nuts Nangai Nuts Natural and artificial flavoring Natural Nut extracts (Almond extract, Walnut extract, etc.) Nougat Nu-Nuts® Nut butters (e.g., Almond butter, Brazil Nut butter, Hazelnut butter, Karike butter, Macadamia Nut butter, Pistachio Nut butter, Shea Nut butter, etc.) Nut meal Nutella ® Nutmeat Nut oil (Almond Oil, Walnut oil, etc.) Nut paste Nut pieces Pecan [Carya illinoensis (Juglandaceae)] Pesto Pigñolia Pili Nut [Canarium ovatum Engl. in A. DC. (Burseraceae)] Pine Nut (Indian, piñon, pinyon, pigndi, pigñolia, pignon Nuts)[Pinus spp. (Pineaceae)] Pinon Nut Piñon or Piñon Nut [Pinus spp. (Pineaceae)] Pinus spp. (Pineaceae) [Pine Nut/piñon Nut] Pistachio [Pistacia vera L. (Anacardiaceae)] Pistacia vera L. (Anacardiaceae) [Pistachio] Pralines Prunus dulcis (Rosaceae) [Almond] Queensland Nut [Macadamia] Shea Nut [Butyrospermum Parkii / Karite][Vitellaria paradoxa C.F. Gaertn. (Sapotaceae)] Sheanut Vitellaria paradoxa C.F. Gaertn. (Sapotaceae) [Shea Nut] WalNut (English, Persian, Black, Japanese, California)

Notes concerning Peanut and Tree Nut allergies and Cross-Reactivity

According to Calgary Allergy "People with peanut allergy may be sensitive to other legumes." However, only your allergist specialist can really determine if this applies to you.
According to the article "Clinically relevant IgE-cross-reactivity of Nut allergens" , by Schein, Catherine H. , Maleki, Soheila , Teuber, Susanne "At least 30% of peanut allergic patients are also sensitive ("cross-react") to tree Nuts such as walnuts, pecans, almonds or cashews, as these contain similar proteins."
However, not every one with a Nut or Seed allergy will react to all Nuts or Seeds. Everyone is different, which is why we stress to always speak with your Allergist Specialist and get thoroughly tested.
The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has put out new Testing guidelines, Dec 6, 2010. New Guidelines