Good news for the three million Americans who are allergic to peanuts.
Researchers at North Carolina A & T's School of Agriculture developed a new technique to remove peanut allergens.
They say shelled and skinless peanuts can be treated with an enzyme that breaks down certain proteins that can trigger food-related allergies.
Researchers say the process does not change the peanut's shape or shelf life.
For more info, click HERE for the USDA info.