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- What is a Peanut Allergy
- Foods to Avoid
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Peanut Free and Nut Free
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unite and actives - collectively we have the power to be heard
Okay, I just learnt that cheerios is now manufacturing peanut cheerios. They used to be a healthy snack for kids and children carried them in cartoons as travel snacks. Obviously kids will accidentally be exposed to them as toddlers will share and the color is almost the same. Sooner or later somebody will die from this accident waiting to happen. Poptarts have numerous flavors, and they are smart enough not to have a peanut flavor. The American Peds does not recommend peanut under age of 4. So much for the healthy company, not to mention the salt and fat. I urge you to call the cheerios company as I did and voice your concern, get friends and relatives all over to the usa and maybe enough complaints will change their mind, tell them you will boycott their brand.
Number is 1-800-248-7310 between (7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. CT, weekdays)
Say cherio to Cherios, Cherio off to eat a bowl of Corn Flakes.
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