Sunflower seed spread replaces peanut butter in some Mo. schools

01/22/2013 | West Newsmagazine online (Chesterfield, Mo.)

The prevalence of life-threatening peanut and tree nut allergies in schools has prompted some districts to replace peanut butter with a sunflower seed spread. A Missouri school district has adopted such a policy for all of its elementary schools. Still, officials say students can bring peanut butter in their lunches, but they cannot sit at peanut-free tables if they do.

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