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Common edible peas in the United States
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    Center for Global Health (U.S.). Division of Parasitic Diseases and Malaria.
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    This resource is to assist health department staff during foodborne illness investigations potentially linked to exposure to peas. The chart below provides detailed information on differentiating features of the most common edible peas in the United States.

    “Peas” most commonly refers to the edible seeds from the plant species Pisum sativum. Other species of plant may be referred to commonly as “peas” as well.


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