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Well, they were on sale at my local market so I went to stock up on my one of my favorite guilty pleasures. Good thing I checked the label, because what do you think it says? Why, none other than the dreaded, "Made on equipment... May contain..." [b]Arrggh![/b]
I can just imagine the tears that are going to result from this bit of news when I tell DS. Looks like it's time for another letter. The contact information for anyone who is interested is:
[url="http://www.nabiscoworld.com"]www.nabiscoworld.com[/url] (click on "contact us" then on product information and it will supply a form for comments), or;
Consumer Resource and Information Center
1 Kraft Court
Glenview, IL 60025
How much time do we spend on stuff like this?
[This message has been edited by Going Nuts (edited September 21, 2003).]
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