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Con Agra Doesn't Label for Facility I received this info in an email today: "We segregate allergen and non-allergen ingredients in our facilities. A “Contains” statement will always be listed below...
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I'm still quite new to this site.. But I'm wondering if there are any safe Maple Syrup/Pancake/Waffle Syrups out there for a PA/TN Person. Do you just avoid them all or have a recipe to make some...
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I am getting so much conflicting information. My lo has peanut, wheat and egg allergies. We have been using pamelas and arrowhead mills baking mixes. Pamelas told me the baking mix is produced on...
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Hi I was hoping someone here could help me. I am searching for a peanut free almond butter but I have been having trouble finding a brand that is safe. Any suggestions of a brand name would be great...
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How safe are the brand name Wonderful Pistachios, processed and packaged by Paramount Farms? On 7/9/2014 I received this info in an email from the company: “We exclusively grow and market almonds and...
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I am very new to the peanut/tree nut allergy life. I'm a class 2. Not sure what that means!! I also have to avoid sunflower oil & coconut oil. I've been looking for new snacks to add to my diet....
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I have taken my PA/TN allergic child to McDonalds on occasion for an ice cream cone as we thought it was safe. Yesterday they released the chocolate dipped cone so I called the customer service...
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Hi, I am new to the site and I have a question about peanut shells in potted plant soil. I was about to buy a dill plant by Sara's Superb Herbs today and as I was picking it up, I noticed that there...
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My oldest daughter (not allergic) got chicken nuggets from Chick-Fil-A. I was shocked to see the side panel of the nuggets state that they are cooked in 100% refined peanut oil. I checked their...
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Be careful what lip balm, sun block/sunscreen, and other skin care products you use with a peanut or other allergy. Some are not made in a peanut free facility! The Badger company, which produces...
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My son is peanut/tree nut allergic have any of you use microwave popcorn as a snack? I'm always nervous to try new things with him. Many Thanks in advance ~Alisha
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On Chick fil A's website it states that it uses peanut oil but that peanut in oil form is not considered an allergenic. Is this true? I was under the impression that my son with a peanut allergy...
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My son had hives, itching eyes and swollen lips as soon I give him an allergy medicine he fine dancing playing by an hour everything symptoms went down and 2 hours all is gone, my quetion is do I...
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I've had a peanut allergy since I can remember but have never had a very bad reaction. The most extreme reaction has been a swollen eye, still not sure how that happened, but usually I only get a few...
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I read the list of safe candy given on this site. I was about to buy my son Hershey's plain chocolate personal size bars. Good thing I read the label. It says that it is processed on the SAME...
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This petition was started yesterday (10-21-13) and we need 100,000 signatures within 30 days for it to be considered. The way the current law stands, manufacturers are not required to label for...
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http://www.whale.to/v/peanut_allergy.html I just read this article and would like to know if peanut oil is currently used in the flu shot as an excipient/additive or if the flu shot contains any...
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I tried to find out if "Baker's Unsweetened Baking Chocolate Bar" - the standard baking chocolate I grew up with - came from a peanut -free facility and the product was not labeled! There is no...
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What have others experiences been with Rice Dream milk as far as for being used as a milk substitute for peanut and treenut allergic kiddos? Is it safe?
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I'm trying to learn all I can since my 18mnth old was just diagnosed with a cat. 4 peanut allergy last month. Few questions if anyone could help: -Is it ok for him to eat peas, beans, and other...

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