ALL-SOJ Soy allergy
Soy allergy can develop both in primary form (in children) and in secondary form as part of a cross-allergy with birch pollen. Allergy symptoms include itching and burning in the mouth and throat, but also skin reactions. Soy allergy is primarily treated by avoiding typical soy products.
Since soybeans contain a lot of protein, they are often on the menu, especially for vegetarians and vegans. But the beans are also contained in many other foods where you would not immediately think it – for example, in tofu, miso or as soybean oil in margarine.
The chip is designed to help identify and mitigate soy allergy.