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Should schools enforce a 'no nuts' policy?

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Last updated on 10 February 2017
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Should schools implement 'no nuts' policies? We relay advice from Anaphylaxis Campaign and the Children's Food Trust on managing nut allergies in schools. We also look at examples of policies from schools that outline restrictions on nuts and products that may contain nuts.

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Contents

  1. 1 Should schools be nut-free zones?
  2. 2 Should schools ban staff from bringing in lunches containing nuts?
  3. 3 Nut allergy policies from primary schools
  4. 4 Allergy policy from a secondary school

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