Fudgsicles by Good Humor-Safe?

Posted on: Mon, 11/20/2000 - 6:35am
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Hi All,

Has anyone given their PA child the Fudgsicles made by Good Humor? If so, any reaction? (I am in the U.S.)

There is not a warning label on the box and my non-PA daughter is home with Strep Throat so I bought them for her to soothe her throat. Now that her brother has seen them in the Freezer, he wants one. There is not a phone number to call on the box so I thought I would do the next best thing and post here.

I would appreciate any feedback.

Stay Safe.

[This message has been edited by Connie (edited November 20, 2000).]

Posted on: Tue, 11/21/2000 - 6:43am
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I found their web page at [url="http://www.icecreamusa.com"]www.icecreamusa.com[/url] and I e-mailed them. (I should have just gone ahead and done that to begin with). I didn't realize they also made Breyers.
They have a great website!
Stay Safe.
[This message has been edited by Connie (edited November 21, 2000).]

Posted on: Tue, 11/21/2000 - 3:02pm
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Connie, you'll get your "proper" answer having e-mail them now anyway, but as soon as I saw the title of your thread, my immediate response was NO! Even the Good Humour popsicles my husband purchased in the summer
had the "may contain" warning. I am not able to buy any of their products. I hope you'll post when you get a response to your e-mail, which reminds me I'm still waiting for one from Nabisco/Christie! Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Tue, 11/21/2000 - 9:33pm
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Thanks for your reply. I haven't received a response yet from Good Humor but after reading Amy2's post under Popsicles, I decided not to let Cam eat the Fudgicles. Your post re-confirms that decision.
I will post their e-mail reply once I receive it. I'm sure it will be the same response Amy2 got.
Thanks again!
Stay Safe.

Posted on: Wed, 11/22/2000 - 3:26am
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I got my [b]one line[/b] e-mail response from Good Humor and I quote:
"We do not have dedicated lines in our manufacturing facilities. Thank you."
Guess that's about it in a nutshell. (No pun intended) LOL! I will not be giving any Good Humor products to my son.
Stay Safe.

Posted on: Wed, 07/09/2003 - 7:10am
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Joined: 09/25/2001 - 09:00

Here's the e-mail I got from Good Humor-Bryers:
When a Good Humor-Breyers' product contains any type of nut or nut by-product, it will be listed on the ingredient listing. This includes the Popsicle and Klondike line of products.
We do not have dedicated production lines in our manufacturing facilities. We do, however, have a very strict allergen policy. After an allergen-containing product is produced, the equipment is properly cleaned and sanitized prior to reuse. We also have special handling procedures for all allergenic ingredients used in our plants.

Posted on: Wed, 07/09/2003 - 11:42am
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I rarely give my son anything processed on shared equipment. However, when I about called about Popsicle ice pops last year, the person I spoke to was wonderful and described an amazingly rigorous cleaning process that put my mind at ease. My son eats Popsicle brand popsicles pretty often w/o a problem. However, if Philly Swirl sold boxes or containers of the orange and vanilla pops, we would stick with those!!!
We have never tried the fudgicles as we steer clear of any chocolate unless the source is absolutely clear.

Posted on: Thu, 07/10/2003 - 2:47am
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Joined: 09/25/2001 - 09:00

Good news, PhillySwirl does sell Orange and Vanilla. It comes in their new ice cream box.

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