A researcher at North Carolina A & T State University may have found a way to save lives and it's all because of his study on a peanut .
Researchers have developed a process to make peanuts allergy-free.
Tests show 100-percent inactivation of allergens in whole- roasted kernels and processed peanuts indicated no reaction from severely allergic people.
The process doesn't even change the taste or quality of treated peanuts. Several food companies are already lining up to learn more about this food breakthrough.
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