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Posted by: brownie
« on: April 30, 2018, 08:35:54 AM »

Does anyone know THE safest foods to eat while at the park for Pnut/Treenut? My son will be there next weekend and usually I can scope out the safest food stand...you know the one with no peanuts or peanut oil AT the stand. Usually one that serves pretty basic food only like chicken tenders and hamburgers and fries only.

I know the potato place is unsafe due to peanut oil which is disappointing, as at our local amusement park this is THE safest stand as they only make fries and use something besides peanut oil.

We usually allow cotton candy from a cotton candy stand so if anyone has any feedback on that in particular, please let me know.