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Yummy Yummy Dino Buddies Chicken Nuggets sold at Costco

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By proudmomof2 on Tue, 10-04-05, 21:31

FYI, I was told these are safe (No TN or PN). They are made by Maxi in Canada.

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By Nutternomore on Tue, 10-04-05, 23:17

DS had been eating these just fine for about the last 4 years. Recently, though, we think that he made have had a slight reaction. It happened 3 times in a short period, and we were able to narrow it down to this product and one other. So, now I am a bit concerned about cross contamination risks.

I found it difficult to try to contact this company to inquire re: possible cross contamination, as they are located in Quebec.

Wondering if any of our Canadian neighbors have had any interaction with this company.

Anyone???

[This message has been edited by Nutternomore (edited October 04, 2005).]

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By kkeene on Wed, 10-05-05, 02:51

we use them all the time
my son is pa & ea

no problems for us
& they are yummy (a good nugget)

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By proudmomof2 on Wed, 10-05-05, 03:28

The number is 800-363-3621. Website is

[url="http://www.maxi.com/"]http://www.maxi.com/[/url]

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By MommyMegan on Thu, 08-23-07, 17:44

Are these safe??

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By christin28 on Thu, 08-23-07, 21:35

Dinosaur chickens form Costco are a major food group in our house. My PA son has been eating them for 5 years now with no reaction. We moved from California to Vermont and Costco has different suppliers for their East and West coast stores. My son eats the Dino chicken from both suppliers with no problems.

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By MommyMegan on Thu, 08-23-07, 23:43

I actually saw these at Walmart and the box is big and like $5.12 and they're made in Canada and they're really good about labeling!

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By Gwen 5 on Sun, 08-26-07, 15:19

I just found this on the website:

. We do not use any peanut, nut, sesame, egg or milk by-product ingredients, providing added reassurance to families living with some of the most common and hazardous food allergies.

What great labeling!

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By Momcat on Sun, 08-26-07, 16:30

We've never had a problem with them.

Cathy

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Mom to 8 yr old PA/TNA daughter and 4 yr old son who is allergic to eggs.

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By disneycruising on Sun, 08-26-07, 17:00

My DS's use to eat these all the time. But, then they started having reactions to them. We finally narrowed it down to the annatto (coloring) in them.

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By JacksonsMom on Mon, 08-27-07, 00:25

Does anyone know if these contain soy? If not they sound perfect for us! Will check my Costco this week.
Thanks !

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By MommyMegan on Tue, 08-28-07, 04:33

Yes they do have soybean oil and soy letichen.

Does anyone know if they come in contact with FISH?

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By tidina on Tue, 08-28-07, 12:44

we use tyson nuggets and strips

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By MommyMegan on Wed, 08-29-07, 17:46

I cannot get a hold of ANYONE on the phone # and the people I hear, I can't understand!!
Ugh.

I just wanna know if it's x-contaminated with fish. They smell fishy.

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By Nutternomore on Thu, 08-30-07, 03:24

Quote:Originally posted by Nutternomore:
[b]DS had been eating these just fine for about the last 4 years. Recently, though, we think that he made have had a slight reaction. It happened 3 times in a short period, and we were able to narrow it down to this product and one other. So, now I am a bit concerned about cross contamination risks.

I found it difficult to try to contact this company to inquire re: possible cross contamination, as they are located in Quebec.

Wondering if any of our Canadian neighbors have had any interaction with this company.

Anyone???

[This message has been edited by Nutternomore (edited October 04, 2005).][/b]

DS has started eating these again over the last year without incident. Never did get anyone on the phone...

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