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By Ktustis on Thu, 07-14-05, 03:53

Hi, I was just recenty diagnosed with PA and other multiple allergies: tree nuts, citrus, tomatoes, potato, rice, oral allergy syndrom as well- so no fresh fruits or veggies, everything green outside,cat,dog,dust mite, PCN, ....I keep telling myself as long as I can still have Chocolate it will be okay. Is there any PA safe chocolate out there availible without special ordering it?

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KT-allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, all citrus, tomatoes, rice, potatoes

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By williamsmummy on Thu, 07-14-05, 15:38

hello!
I am from the UK , so cant help you much. you would get a better reply if you asked your question on the main disscussion board.
I know that in canada the kit kats are OK

ask our poster 'eric' and he will help.

sarah

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By Greenlady on Thu, 07-14-05, 16:08

Hi KT -

I trust Hershey's labeling - we eat the regular sized Hershey bars and the regular kisses. Other Hershey products have warning labels on them.

You still have to check the label each time -sometimes during the holidays the kisses are run in mixed batches, but when the do that they change the labels.

Hope this helps!

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By Adele on Thu, 07-14-05, 16:27

I am also PA and live in the U.S. I eat HERSHEY's milk chocolate bar and HERSHEY's special dark chocolate bar. The regular sizes are safe but the king-size bars aren't. They have 'may contain' on the label.

Don't take my word for it - check the labels every time.

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By supermom on Sun, 07-17-05, 14:45

We to use the regular hershey bar that's usually at the checkout counter or buy the multipack of like 6 bars and we also trust the hershey kisses.

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By steveandleslea on Wed, 12-14-05, 10:14

If you get tired of Hershey's, order some "safe to share" chocolates from Canada. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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