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Peanut Free and Nut Free
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Okay, this is probably needlessly rehashing a subject, but we can't do searches yet. Someone mentioned that pop tarts were not safe. So I called Kelloggs today, and they informed me that pop tarts were made on a dedicated line but were in a plant that also processes peanuts. But of course they didn't put that on their label. The woman I talked to said that persons who are very sensitive and airborne sensitive should not eat pop tarts.
I'm just wondering how others feel about the safety of pop tarts. I have been giving them to Patricia without incident for months. And I can't decide whether I should stop letting her have them or just continue since there is only a very slight risk.
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