A patented process developed by researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University could be life-changing for people with peanut allergies, though some scientists and organizations warn that there’s still a long way to go.
A patented process developed by researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University could be life-changing for people with peanut allergies, though some scientists and organizations warn that there’s still a long way to go. Brad Farris AP
A patented process developed by researchers at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University could be life-changing for people with peanut allergies, though some scientists and organizations warn that there’s still a long way to go. Brad Farris AP

Allergy-free peanuts? NC A&T scientists may have cracked the code

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