|Geez, look at the "variety" of options...|
Now, even though I can understand their brief frustration, I do hope that they would understand that they are being asked to refrain from eating their nutty snacks, out of consideration for the health and safety of another human being and would not have a "hissy fit" over it, but I digress...
So, back to the supply-side problem. Even if all airlines banned peanuts and nuts on all flights, today, there would still be mountains of them for sale throughout the airport. I don't know what the solution is, but I think it's one of the many topics we can discuss at the conference. I think if we can get even a "peanut-reduced" airport/airline environment, things would be a degree safer for peanut/tree nuts allergic passengers. Plus, if the airlines agree to discontinue the service of peanuts/nuts on flights with an allergic passenger are aboard, and less passengers are boarding with their own, then there should be less agitation when passengers are asked to forego nutty snacks.
What are your thoughts? (Trolls need not comment, thank you!)