Common allergies mirror what is frequently eaten in your particular food culture.
The big 8 in the U.S. is actually only true for typical American (SAD?) diets.
Other potent allergens depending on culture: sesame, buckwheat, mustard.
Although it is a tree nut, there was no commercial extract for testing chestnut when I visited an allergist in the US, whereas in Korea, it is a top 3 allergen.
Some are not potent but eaten frequently enough may cause cases: rice as reported in Japan.
My allergies mirror my upbringing, representing both East and West.
East: buckwheat, chestnut, soy, fermented soy, shrimp
West: milk, wheat (barley, rye), pecan