Nabisco Products & Other Manufact.
Are Nabisco Oreo cookies safe for p.a./tree-nut allerg.? Do any of you know of p.a./tree nut reactions that have occured from eating Nabisco products? Do you trust their labeling? What about General Mills? What about Kellogs? I know I always need to call to confirm no cross-contamination or presence of nuts of any kind for myself but was just wondering if you have had any problems with their products. I usually keep my p.a. child away from store bought sweets & crackers because over the last couple years the few products I purchased (store brands: cookies, crackers, pop tarts) all eventually now have the "may contain" labels. This has me so paranoid I can't bring myself to buy any of these items anymore. I don't trust store brands anymore at all. The Alerts & Food Recalls post is great and helps me make informed decisions on what to avoid. I need some guidance in selecting items we can purchase and may be avoiding needlessly. It would help to hear others recommendations.
I would love to see a post on the list of all boards where we could posts our "Favorite Food Items" by catagories (cookies, crackers, ice cream, candy, etc.) with the understanding and disclaimer, of course, it is each person's responsibility to follow up with the manufact. to confirm it is a nut free product. Is this a good idea???
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