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Wouldn't it be awesome if we could flood the FDA with this petition? Have people sign and add their full address (ie house number, street, city, state, and zip code). You can make copies to get many...
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Just wanted to warn everybody that Hunt's Swirls Puddings are not safe. These pudding cups come six to a pack and on the ingredients listing there is NO MENTION OF PEANUTS. Once you open them(after...
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I received a call from a news producer who would like to interview me. According to her, these labels are starting to appear on the shelves. Has anyone seen anything new lately that would agree...
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I posted this on the introduction board with little response, so I thought this might be the better place to ask: My 2 1/2 year old daughter was diagnosed with PA about a year ago, but as I become...
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Dear Friends, In May 2000, the Attorneys General of nine states (Connecticut, Maryland,Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Vermont and Wyoming)petitioned the FDA for regulations...
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Here is a link to a press release from the NY State Attorrney Generals office. It is in regard to a petition to the FDA for stricter labelling for allergens. Many of our support group members worked...
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Look under the Take Action board for more info! The federal government wants input before September 2001...
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Though this is still only voluntary it certainly is a step in the right direction. At least they're hearing our complaints. [url="http://www.msnbc.com/news/580536.asp"]http://www.msnbc.com/news/...
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Get involved in your allergy and safety! If you are interested in working on labeling please post here and/or contact me so you can get in touch with others who are working on this. As you may or may...
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I am new to the board. I have 4 children. My nine year old son has allergies to peanuts and nuts. It is a shame what Nestle's is doing. I am going to join in the efforts to change their plans!!...
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I have just been reading through some different threads again and something keeps coming up that really bothers me. The spaghetti sauce one, the one about different kinds of flour, the cocoa one....
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Probably not feasible, but just a thought. . . Much like toys that are a choking hazard, wouldn't it be nice to have "not recommended for children under 3" labels on peanut products (particularly p.b...
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U. S. Food and Drug Administration Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition January 2001 Food Allergen Monitoring Raw Ingredients | Processing | Rework Packaging/Labeling | Sanitation Training...
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Just wanted to know if natural flavors in drink mixes,juice boxes,or yogurt can contain nuts? anyone Know?
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I am sure this is somewhere in one of the discussion boards but since the search function is down I must post. Can someone tell me specifically what "may contain peanuts" means? Is it made on the...
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We discovered, accidently, there is nut oil in a glitter lotion purchased at Bath and Body Works. The nut oil is the second to last line on a bottle, which is extremely difficult to read. PLEASE BE...
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I see that there has been a long-running discussion about labels. Like most of you, at least once a week I get totally fed up at the grocery store, trying to find "safe" products. I was surprised...
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Two recent calls to manufacturers reminded me how frustrating it is for consumers to made good judgments about safe/unsafe foods for food-allergic people. I recently spoke to Elizabeth in consumer...
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Hi, the international body that discusses labelling and whose provisions are looked at by countries and organizations like the Economic Union when setting their standards and laws is making progress...
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I have found myself totally trusting food products that have the extra line of "allergy information" listed on the box. It's even to the point where I've caught myself looking immediately for that...

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