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#1 posted 07-30-2017 10:03 PM

Mark, at one point in time, the USDA indicated that any “tight grained” wood was acceptable and, specifically, mentioned maple as an example. However, they didn’t define “tight grained”. That said, I would avoid many of the exotics that are tight grained due to potential allergies. Also, walnut MIGHT be an issue for some no matter how unlikely I find that personally. Does the Canadian Food Inspection Agency provide any guidance?

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