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What bread is safe??? I have been dying to have a sandwich lately, but I don't know what bread is safe. Please help me out! We just got some Soynut butter from Nut Busters, and I really want a Soynut butter and jelly sandwich. Also, what jelly is safe? We have been using Knott's Berry Farm jelly. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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On Oct 3, 2000

We use Wonder white and whole wheat with no problems.

On Oct 3, 2000

Thanks for replying so fast! Are you talking about Wonder Bread brand of bread? I don't think that we have Wonder bread here in Georgia, unless it's under a different name. Do you know anything about Colonial or Sunbeam bread?

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On Oct 3, 2000

Yes Wonder Bread brand made by Hostess. The same company that makes Twinkies. I've also heard of Sunbeam, but I'm not sure if my son has ever had that brand. I know that he has ate a few different brands of bread without any problems. But unfortunately, I don't remember the brands. He also loves Martin

On Oct 5, 2000

For jelly I have been using Polner All Fruit. Although I have never called the company about it, we have been using it for 2 years now with no problems.

On Oct 5, 2000

To be honest, I have never had any problems with any type of white bread. I read the labeling, and if it appears safe, then I serve it. However, I usually end up buying Rainbow Bakery's Iron Kids bread because it contains a lot of extra nutrients.

On Oct 5, 2000

My daughter has eaten Sunbeam bread with no problems. We also use Welch's grape jelly in the squeeze bottle.

On Oct 6, 2000

Thanks everybody for your answers! I am now using Pepperidge Farm white bread, but I'm also going to try Sunbeam. We have used Polner's jelly before, and we're going to try Welch's. Thanks again! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

On Oct 6, 2000

I spoke to pepperidge farm a few months ago, because my kids like the cinnamon swirl bread alot. Pepperidge Farm service rep. recommended that pa folks avoid their breads and cookies because the do make some with nuts and do not have a dedicated line. However, we have been using the cinnamon swirl for 2 years and have not had a problem, but we are leary about trying any other pepperidge farm breads.

On Oct 12, 2000

Well, I do not like the Pepperidge Farm bread very much anyway; it's too hard for me, but I do like SunBeam. I will be careful about any other Pepperidge Farm breads though. PS Is Pepperidge Farm talking about other nuts in their breads and cookies, or peanuts too?

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On Oct 13, 2000

We use Nature's Own Butterbread. My PA son has never had a problem with it and the jelly we use is either Welch's grape jelly in the squeeze bottle or Smucker's Strawberry Preserves.

Stay Safe.

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On Nov 2, 2000

I have been told by my Doctor that some emulsifiers in bread *may* contain nut products. These are E471 and E471 (a-e). However, I have still been eating these without problems, so I don't know what to think. Is it better to avoid them, just in case??

------------------ Nick (PA sufferer)

On Nov 2, 2000

We don't ever use white bread so I can't comment on white but the Home Pride Wheat Bread is consumed in my house 3-4 times a week without any adverse reactions. I get Home Pride when I run out of my milk delivery wheat bread - Royal Crest Dairy - also no problems.

On Nov 2, 2000

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Originally posted by kstreeter: [b]I spoke to pepperidge farm a few months ago, because my kids like the cinnamon swirl bread alot. Pepperidge Farm service rep. recommended that pa folks avoid their breads and cookies because the do make some with nuts and do not have a dedicated line. However, we have been using the cinnamon swirl for 2 years and have not had a problem, but we are leary about trying any other pepperidge farm breads. [/b]

Well, that's annoying. I spoke with pepperidge farm recently and was told that if anything, including cookies, was made on shared equipment, it would say so on the label. Time to call again, I guess.

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