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I called Keebler today
First of all Keebler is now owned by Kelloggs and I don't use any kelloggs products at all.
Then I asked her about their labelling procedures since I have noticed that most of their cookies now say "may contain" but some do not. First she said that they were in the process of new labelling and that some items may not be properly labelled for allergens yet (which is really bad because the labelling on some makes you think that ones with no warning are safe). So she goes to check on it.
She comes back and says that all of the keebler products (as well as kelloggs products) would be labelled for cross contamination if they are made on shared lines but not if they are made in a shared facility. Better than Nabisco I guess but my past conversations with both Keebler and Kelloggs have lowered my trust in them so I'm not sure if I'm ready to let the kids try it yet.
What do you think?