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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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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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Hi everyone! I've been on this website for awhile and I just made an account today! Forgive me if I posted these in the wrong groups... Has anyone tried the Fresh Selection Salads at Kroger? I have...
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MY dd has a nut/peanut allergy and I have been using thePillsbury classic yellow cake mix and Pillsbury frosting for cupcakes and cakes. I called the company and they said if the product was either...
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Alfredo Sauce Does anyone have a brand of Alfredo sauce they trust? Im PN/TN/EGG/Sunflower Oil Allergic
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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 know this is probably a topic up for debate... Where does everyone fall on the store bought ice cream (like half gallons from the grocery store)......Are there any brands that are run on peanut...
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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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Here are two safe baking chocolates to use (according to a spokesperson for each company): Baker's Chocolate Scharffen Berger - the baking chocolates only. They are packaged in their own nut free...
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My son had a severe almond allergy n I was wondering if he can have black forest gummy bears and brachs jelly beans, need answers quickly please. And I called the hotline for both companies and I...
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I searched through the archives on this and saw some pretty old threads. Since I did some recent research, I thought I'd share it. Below is an email thread between myself and King Arthur. (Start...
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Hello all! I have compiled a list of candy that have different allergen warnings and allergen-free markings. Please visit candythemagazine.weebly.com and sign up for the newsletter to get a free...
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My husband, daughter, and I love snacking on tree nuts. I used to get them in bulk from Costco at a great price before our daughter was diagnosed with a peanut allergy, but am discouraged to find...
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I represent a group of three guys whom need help getting an idea out of testing and into production. We considered going to SharkTank, but instead we are going to use Kickstarter. How do we place an...
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I have submitted many posts regarding certain restaurants and food manufacturers that I have spoken with over the past few years since we found out our 4 yo has severe peanut and sesame allergies. I...
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Jif Almond and cashew butter? Have not heard back from Jif yet. The ingredient list does not contain peanuts and I have read some reviews from people who are allergic to peanuts say they eat it...
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