Chick-Fil-A Ice Dream dessert...

Posted on: Mon, 06/16/2003 - 5:05am
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SAFE or NOT?

ran into this dilemma at the mall over the weekend...of course the morons at the register have no clue what to do when you ask to SEE the ingredient label...their response was "it didn't come with one"...

didn't have a lap top, so I couldn't go online (i don't own a lap top anyway)

went to the Chick-Fil-A web site today and downloaded PDF of ingredients and it APPEARS to be safe.

Next time maybe we'll try it.

Comments?

Happy Summer!

Posted on: Mon, 06/16/2003 - 5:53am
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Personally, anything from Chick-Fil-A would worry me, because they use peanut oil to cook their chicken. Peanut proteins in the air, potential for cross contaminations on equipment, etc., would be enough to make me say.. 'outside my comfort zone.'
But, as we've discussed time and time again on this website, everyone's comfort zone is different. Chick-Fil-A... as a place... scares me. I would not take either of my kids there.
~Melanie

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