Ground Pine nuts for bread, pine nut butter, stews, cakes etc. Pressed Pine nuts make pine nut oil (aka pine seed oil or cedar nut oil). Roasted or toasted Pine nuts make healthy snacks and cooking ingredients. Production: Pine nuts were the eighth most widely produced tree nut of all the edible nuts and seeds worldwide .
Nuts provide a number of benefits for people with diabetes. Studies suggest that nuts may even decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes . A study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition found that "nut consumption was associated with a decreased prevalence of selected risk factors for cardiovascular disease , type 2 diabetes, and metabolic syndrome 
Some people with a peanut allergy are allergic to numerous types of nuts and seeds, and nut allergies are often seen in kids with other food allergies, like eggs, or in kids with asthma and eczema ...
A. Nut aware means you are being asked by the school to consider peanut/nut alternatives for individual student lunches and snacks out of consideration to our children with severe, life threatening allergies. Are pine nuts OK for nut allergy sufferers? Pine nuts are generally considered a seed.
Jul 17, 2013 · They’re also a pretty good source of omega-3s, at 0.33 grams per bar. But fair warning to anyone having a nut allergy—the bars are made with tree nuts. Nature’s Path makes at least two other flavors. While they may not contain tree nuts, the bars are made in a facility that uses peanuts, so it’s a pretty good idea to pass on these snacks.
Pine nuts are allergens to some people, although pine nut allergy isn't as common as peanut or tree nut allergy. Most with pine nuts can tolerate other nuts; and vice versa. There may be some cross-reactivity between pine nuts and peanuts, and pine nuts and almonds, but this is not thought to be significant.
consumed in the classroom that contains peanuts, nuts, peanut butter, nut butters, or peanut products. o This includes almonds, filberts, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamia nut, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios, and walnuts o Read labels carefully to make sure the products are nut free. This includes labels that read "May contain
Peanuts aren't nuts though, they're beans. A person can be allergic to one and not another. I Am Not A Doctor. Amaretto is flavoured with almonds so I guess it should be avoided if you suffer a nut allergy. You also might want to research how to perform a tracheotomy just in case. posted by bobo123 at 11:39 PM on January 9, 2004
My ds has peanut allergy and also adores pesto (Sacla one with cashews and pine nuts). I asked the allergy consultant if it was ok to keep giving it to him. She said yes (he was tested for cashews as well and was fine) so he has continued to eat pesto very regularly- its his favourite food!