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JACK DANIELS HAS been told to prepare for his honey allergy.
In a statement released to the media on Monday, Jack Daniels said he would be “immediately reassessing” his allergy status, which he had already been experiencing for the past two years.
“I have been advised by my doctors to make a reassessment of my allergy and I will be taking a number of precautions to ensure that I do not have any more of these reactions,” he said.
In December, it emerged that Jack Daniels had been having a range of allergic reactions to honey, including throat irritation, swelling of his lips and mouth and coughing.”
In the meantime, I would like to reassure everyone at Jack Daniels that we will be monitoring my situation closely and we are taking appropriate measures to ensure we are as safe as possible.”
In December, it emerged that Jack Daniels had been having a range of allergic reactions to honey, including throat irritation, swelling of his lips and mouth and coughing.
He told a Sydney television station in 2015 that the allergies were a reaction to the use of beeswax as a flavouring.
But after it was revealed that honey was the source of the allergy, Jack’s allergy was eventually identified as honey allergy in a new test.
Jack Daniels is expected to return to work next week, but there is speculation he will not be able to resume work at the brewery until the honey allergy has been resolved.
The ABC has contacted Jack Daniels for comment.