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Posted on: Mon, 05/23/2005 - 1:40pm
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Thankyou erik! becca

Posted on: Wed, 05/25/2005 - 12:33am
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do they sell these at CVS? Walmart? in the US??

Posted on: Thu, 05/26/2005 - 8:06am
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saw some Dare crackers and one kind of cookies at clemens today. there was no notation of nut free???? i will call but does anyone know if their stuff has always been free from contamination?

Posted on: Fri, 05/27/2005 - 3:04am
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I don't think it has always all been free from contamination.
However, they have been putting *may contain* warnings for a long time.

Posted on: Fri, 05/27/2005 - 7:03am
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We've had the gingersnaps and the coconut cookies and they're pretty good!
I agree the almond cookies are confusing. But I just went through this with a fund raiser at my daughters school too. They were selling coffee, including a lot of different flavored coffees (cinnamon cappucino,mmm) They were selling Swiss ALMOND and vanilla HAZELNUT, but all the literature had the big "Peanut and Nut-free"
Stamp on it.
So I called them. They confirmed that it was artificial flavour, and they had written guarantee from the flavour manufacturer that there were no nuts/peanuts.
Great news, but very confusing, because some other coffee places use natural flavoring, which wouldn't be safe.
But I'm still happy Dare is nut-free and I can now have safe flavored coffee in my home!

Posted on: Sun, 10/09/2005 - 8:30am
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Quote:Originally posted by tidina:
[b]do they sell these at CVS? Walmart? in the US??[/b]
The crackers (imported from Canada) are available at every gorcery store in my area of Ohio. The cookies, however, I have not been able to find. I can order them online from my Kroger, but the shipping is outrageous.
Anyone seen the cookies in Ohio?
Jaime [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

Posted on: Sun, 10/09/2005 - 9:26am
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i also find the crackers at most supermarkets but we avoid sesame too. the only cookies ive found are the marshmallow chocolate ones

Posted on: Wed, 06/14/2006 - 8:48am
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HELLOOOOOO!!!! it has been a few years since I've posted here. I wanted to bring this back up to the top since I only found out about Dare Foods being 100o/o peanut/nut free. We were in Atlantic City a few weeks ago and went into the Tropicana Quarter as we usually do and went into the Gourmet deli there. As soon as we walked in there was a HUGE display of Whippets (choc. covered marshmallow, graham cracker cookies). I remarked to DH "OMG do you remember eating these when we were kids, they were called mallowmars!" DH replied "Are you kidding! these were my most favorite cookies in the world as a kid!...to bad Mike can't have them!" with that I grabbed the box just to check it out and lo and behold I nearly exploded with joy!!!!!! Our son could enjoy a childhood memory with us! Anyway, bought several boxes and wound up having to hide them from DH since he was scarfing them down! LOL!! Anyway wanted to bring this back up to the top for people to rember to patronize these companies that take this horrible allergy seriously.
****For those of you who remember me, Michael is now 13 (will be 14 July 30). He just graduated from private school on June 9th. He graduated with Honors Award, The Presidential Award, and was presented with the Principals Scholarship Award to High School. He will be attending private HS. He was the captain of the Football team last year and for basketball, was the 2nd highest scorer on the team. The football and basketball coach in the HS are drooling all over him. He is just under 6' tall , 188 lbs, and strong as an ox. The reason why I tell you all this is certainly not to boast...only to reafirm that a VERY NORMAL LIFE CAN BE LIVED WITH THIS HORRIBLE ALLERGY!!!LIFE DOES NOT STOP!! I am hoping that this gives encouragment to the parents of little ones. He has been reaction free for 4 years. He has attended Congressional Leadership conferences for a week in Washington DC and another conference in Princeton without any incidences. So please be assured, they can and will succeed despite there limitations. With education of their limitations and there will succeed despite them...ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE!!!!!
WITH MUCH LOVE,
Fran (and its BCUZILUVHIM...and all the children I post here [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Wed, 06/14/2006 - 9:39am
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thanks that was a really nice post!!

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