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Has anyone been using a organic apple sauce? I found Earht's Best Kidz? (anyone called factory?) Santa Cruz Organic (they make peanut butter also but not sure if in other plant, have to call them...
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just wondering which brands of cereal people are using. i have been using Cheerios; cinnamin and multigrain flavors, when i called General mills they said that if any of their products are produced...
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Hi, my 18month old daughter was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy. Before the diagnosis I had plans of making her an ice cream addict (like myself) this summer. While in the grocery store today...
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My daughter had eaten teddy grahams a zillion times before, but this past weekend she had some of the regular flavor ones and had a terrible full body hives reaction requiring 4 days of prendisone....
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Has anyone had a bad experience with a GNC product--specifically their Soy Baking Mix? My peanut allergic son tasted it yesterday while we were baking and he had a severe reaction which required an...
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I did a search for Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs and the most recent post I could find was a forum post from 2004. Does anyone know if the Easter Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs are safe for those with peanut...
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HI all, Toomanynuts told me about a BBQ sauce called Daddy Sam's.. I called on it today an I found out it is Peanut/Tree nut free . I spoke with Allison at Daddy sam's and she was very helpful.....
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Has anyone used this type of macaroni before? i'm using the alphabet type macaroni and since it's the weekend i can't call and check if it's safe for peanut allergy. thanks, kathy ann
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I spoke to Alex Plotkin/CEO-cofounder of Philly Swirl. This topic was raised yesterday I think, but I thought the subject title would get more attention. They haven't made a Swirlwich in weeks due to...
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I found a few older posts but wanted to make a more up to date one. I came across SweetWorks Sixlets, made in Oaf Leaf, Canada. Says "MADE IN A PEANUT FREE FACILITY" and their website says this: "...
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I saw a bag of Tootsie pops today- had to get them. I also saw Sixlets, the peanut-free Canadian kind. Bought TWO big bags. Then I saw the Junior Mints and Charleston Chews. I was in heaven. Now, I...
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I called Popchips yesterday and was told that all varieties are made in a peanut/tree nut free facility.
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Does anyone use this brand? I know some people use canola oil- is it safe? The company is in Mexico, so I really don't trust it, but my mom cooks with it CONSTANTLY and refuses to use another kind...
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I was just in the shop where I always get a coffee when I'm downtown (and then stand outside in freezing cold to smoke filthy cigarette) and with their Macadamia Nut coffee, they actually had a BIG...
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My 5 year old daughter was just diagnosed with a PA. She loves chocolate Nesquik her milk in the morning, but I cannot find any information regarding its safety. Does anyone know whether Nestle...
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Two questions in one. 1. I didn't realize Tootsie roll made so many products. Do you allow your child to eat them all? I was recently told on the phone that there was "Absolutely nothing" made with...
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I am new to the peanut free world. What do you buy for bread? Hamburger buns and hot dog buns?
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Does anyone here use/trust Spartan brand? They seem to label pretty well- on a box of poptarts in my kitchen I saw "made in a facility that processes peanuts", on a box of pudding, "Contains no major...
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McDonald's has released its new oatmeal to attract customers seeking a healthy breakfast, and the fast food giant promotes it as a “bowl full of wholesome.” Should you buy into the wellness hype, or...
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