Annie\'s Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies

Posted on: Tue, 03/23/2004 - 11:41pm
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My daughter saw these Cheddar Bunnies last night while we were shopping and asked for them. Does anyone know if these are safe? I am waiting for a response from the company, but wanted to check here too.

Thanks,

Paula

Posted on: Wed, 03/24/2004 - 4:04am
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Hi! We use Annie's Mac & Cheese Products as they are safe for PA/TNA but the Cheddar Bunny Crackers are not safe - they are not made in the same facility as the Annie's Mac & Cheese and the facility that makes them (crackers) also makes other products with nuts on the same line as the crackers. This was as of September 2004.
The website for Annies Mac & Cheese and other products has a list of all the nut free products.

Posted on: Wed, 03/24/2004 - 9:20am
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ARRGH!!! More company double speak.
When I called a few months ago I was told they were made in a facility that uses nut products, but not on the same equipment. [b]Which is it???[/b] (Note - this is a rhetorical rant, not directed at you!)
Amy

Posted on: Fri, 03/25/2005 - 12:09am
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My wife called from the grocery this morning to tell me that Cheddar Bunnies, which our PA son has been eating for over a year, now has a new cross-contamination warning on the packaging.
And their [url="http://www.annies.com/products/Cheddarbunnies.html"]website[/url] contains the following notice:
"(Please note, peanut sensitive individuals should be aware that there is a risk for cross-contamination.)"

Posted on: Fri, 03/25/2005 - 12:17am
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Quote:Originally posted by Hooboy:
[b]My wife called from the grocery this morning to tell me that Cheddar Bunnies, which our PA son has been eating for over a year, now has a new cross-contamination warning on the packaging.
And their [url="http://www.annies.com/products/Cheddarbunnies.html"]website[/url] contains the following notice:
"(Please note, peanut sensitive individuals should be aware that there is a risk for cross-contamination.)"[/b]
Yikes. My PA son was eating Cheddar Bunnies last month. I didn't get any more because I thought they had a greasy taste. I hope the rabbit shaped noodles are still safe.
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Jean
one son peanut & watermelon allergies; one son seasonal allergies & oral allergy syndrome

Posted on: Fri, 03/25/2005 - 1:04am
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Hi!
All their pasta products except for the Tamarind tree are made in a separate facility that is nut free.
The crackers, and tamarind tree products are made in a facility with nuts. I don't think there are any dedicated lines.
toomanynuts

Posted on: Fri, 03/25/2005 - 3:16am
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The Bunny Crackers I have seen bear a warning. None of the Mac and Cheese products I see do, and I have called and ben told they do not share lines with the nut products. becca

Posted on: Tue, 03/29/2005 - 2:59am
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OK... another dreary day mood. Forgive me, in advance.
No... never mind.
Just read the website.
[url="http://www.annies.com/faqs/ingredients.html#allergy"]http://www.annies.com/faqs/ingredients.html#allergy[/url]
Jason
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[b]* ENRICHED * [/b]

Posted on: Tue, 03/29/2005 - 7:11am
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For anyone dealing with egg allergies as well as pa, these are not safe.

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