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Nut allergy and 'no nuts' policies

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Last updated on 5 October 2015
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Are there examples of 'no nuts' school policies? We look at examples of policies from schools that outline restrictions on nuts and products that may contain nuts. We also relay some advice from the Children's Food Trust on managing nut allergies in schools.

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  1. 1 Policies from primary schools
  2. 2 Policies from secondary schools
  3. 3 A policy from an independent school

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