Help a canadian in the states!

Posted on: Tue, 01/06/2004 - 2:47am
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Hi.
It's our usual trip to florida (2 months woohoo)
However it seems there are things I forgot.
Right now, I am facing a bag of chocolate chips that has no warning on it, but I have a feeling I can't trust it. It's KashNKarry, a store brand. Yes? no?
I don't feed my kids anything with "may contains" usually, at least those in Canada.

Also, can I trust Kellogs Miniwheats or Rice Crispies?

Posted on: Tue, 01/06/2004 - 3:27am
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Darthcleo,
My kids have eaten Kelloggs MiniWheats as well as Rice Crispies without any reaction of any kind.
For chocolate chips, I only use Hershey's.
Just make sure you double check the ingredients labels, though. (not that you
don't already know that!!)
I don't feed any "may contains" to my kids either.
Hope this helps. Anything else, just let us know.
Glad you made it to Florida! BTW, what's the temperature down there?

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