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I'm trying to find nut-free/ safe grocery store finds for my little girl who allergic to all nuts and peanuts. What are some crackers, treats, etc... you've found easily in your grocery store? Thanks...
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I recently went to a cooking class and was shown how to make sushi rolls. I think my son would like these and they are really not that hard to make. Can anyone suggest a safe brand of sweet rice (...
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My 19-month old is allergic to peanuts but does not appear to have a severe allergy (he can be around them without reacting). Since his initial reaction seven months ago, he has had two cases of...
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I am the Mayor of my community and discussing the possible opening of a nut roasting and distribution factory in our town. I would like to confirm whether the vapors emitted from the roasting...
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New Nut Free Bakery in Rochester, NY My daughter and son are allergic to Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Milk, Eggs and Soy. Finding readi-made baked goods has always been a struggle. I opened a new Allergy-free...
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I have a question about Sunmaid dried apricots. We were visiting the States a while ago from Canada and bought some and I have not yet decided whether to give them to my PA son. Do people eat these?...
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Hello, Writing to see how everyone here feels about sunflower seeds. I've eaten potato chips containing sunflower oil and always been fine. But being allergic to peanut and tree nuts for half my life...
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http://www.change.org/petitions/merck-glaxosmithkline-novartis-sanofipasteur-pfizer-cdc-fda-disclose-full-list-of-all-vaccines-ingredients-and-if-peanut-is-used-in-them Merck, GlaxoSmithKline,...
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Hello! I know there are some Oreo related discussions on this site but those are old and outdated... I need something a little more recent, specifically this year, 2014. I recall that they made...
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This will be our daughter's first Halloween with a peanut allergy. She will be 23 months and won't be eating candy but am wondering how to go about trick-or-treating. Are there certain candy that is...
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I recently contacted Alexia Foods about their french fries . They make Alexia Gourmet Frozen Potato Products. Here is what I wrote: "I am the parent of a PEANUT ALLERGIC child and have been looking...
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I was just wondering if A-1 is safe? There are no allergy notes & nothing in the ingredient list to make me think that there would be a problem. I used 2 tsp. of the steak sauce in a gravy I...
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Hello Everyone! My grandmother's church recently had an outing and a cookout and my grandmother always brings leftovers home. she brought Kroger brand Hamburger's buns. And I'm wondering if they're...
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I guess I'm on a roll today. Do you trust generic store brand private labels? Safeway has said over and over for a few years when I've called that they label all their products for cross-...
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We eat the baked Tostitos and all it has in their ingredients are corn and salt. Being new at this, I called the company about cross contamination issue and labeling. I was told that if it...
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May or may not be a stupid question but any help would be great So I saw on another discussion to avoid all types of gin (due to it being refined with almonds) and heard that Pimms No 1. is gin based...
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Just wondering if anyone uses Ovaltine? My non PA daughter loves it, and its packed with vitamins....it seems like a better alternative to chocolate milk with hersheys.....Thanks, allison
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Hi, My name is Michael and next month I'll be turning 21. Now obviously beer has very few ingredients unless you get into some of the more fancier brews. But my question is, is it safe to drink beer...
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Just called Stonyfield Farms and they told me their yogurts are made on peanut/tree nut free lines in a peanut/tree nut facility. Their ice cream is made in a totally separate facility than their...
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Has anyone contacted them recently about these products? I seem to remember in the past they had at least one nut flavor, but unless I'm missing something there don't seem to be any now. I've...
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