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Posted on: Sun, 02/25/2007 - 12:51pm
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Turns out we can buy the NoNuttin bars just down the street at a local grocery store. We currently buy the Quaker Bars so I'll have to give them a try. Thanks Gina. Another snack our daughter loves is Sunrype Squiggles which are 100% fruit with no added sugar and no artificial flavours (and of course no peanuts). NP.
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Posted on: Mon, 08/20/2007 - 6:22am
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Does anyone happen to have one of these Quaker granola bars at home? I would like to order them if they are safe for my kids, but we have multiple allergies to avoid (egg, dairy, soy, sunflower, sesame in addition to the nuts). I see nonuttin is labelling for sesame seed shared line, so we have to look for an alternative.

Posted on: Mon, 08/20/2007 - 7:15am
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Quote:Originally posted by nopeanuts:
[b]Does anyone happen to have one of these Quaker granola bars at home? I would like to order them if they are safe for my kids, but we have multiple allergies to avoid (egg, dairy, soy, sunflower, sesame in addition to the nuts). [/b]
They do list soy and the chocolate chip ones also list milk. I ordered them without checking. So now I have a box but can't give them to DS. We use them as school snaks for DD who has no allergies but attends a peanut free preschool. I think that the peanutfreeplanet site lets you check the ingredients before you order. Or at least one of the sites I

Posted on: Mon, 08/20/2007 - 8:29am
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i do know they contain coconut which is why we don't buy them -- my son is allergic to coconut too!

Posted on: Tue, 08/21/2007 - 2:20am
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Not a granola bar, but can anyone comment on the Allerenergy bars that are supposedly free of all top 8 (US) allergens? Do they actually taste good? Is it safe to order directly from the company website? There's no name, no address, phone number, email address, etc, just a comment form for somebody to contact the commenter. All the site says is the company founder has a child with MFA.
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Posted on: Tue, 08/21/2007 - 11:51am
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Quote:Originally posted by journstep:
[b]Not a granola bar, but can anyone comment on the Allerenergy bars that are supposedly free of all top 8 (US) allergens? Do they actually taste good? Is it safe to order directly from the company website? There's no name, no address, phone number, email address, etc, just a comment form for somebody to contact the commenter. All the site says is the company founder has a child with MFA.
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I thought they tasted ok. They are not very filling, quite crumbly and birdseedy in texture. The kids were not enthusiastic about them, but they tasted fine to me. We didn't rush out to order more, though.
I think we ordered ours through the Miss Robens website.
Cathy

Posted on: Tue, 08/21/2007 - 12:46pm
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The NoNuttin bars are pretty good, except for the raisin ones.
As far as granola bars you can find in the store, you're out of luck in the US.
Jason likes the Enjoy Life Snack bars though... which are more like a cross between a cereal bar and a cookie.
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Cheryl, mom to Jason (9 MFA including peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, coconut, sesame, squid)
Joey (8 NKA)
Allison (4 milk allergic, suspect shellfish, avoiding PN/TN for now)
Ryan (1) nka *knock on wood*

Posted on: Fri, 04/02/2010 - 6:31am
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"Chex Mix Bars Chocolate Chunk" are nut free and my NA TNA son loves them! They are available in just about every grocery store nationwide.

Posted on: Fri, 04/02/2010 - 10:46am
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Please stay away from Kellogg's they do not have a peanut free facility and they do not mark the items, "may contain". But they do, trust me, my son had a reaction last Friday to pop tarts, this was just confirmed by his allergist today. His throat began to close 5 minutes after he ate 1/2 of it. The only safe granola bars that we know of, please read all of your packages, are cascadian farms, and kashi. Anything made by general mills would also be fine.

Posted on: Sat, 08/14/2010 - 6:33pm
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On Kellogg's website it states "We do use a may contain statement for peanuts and tree nuts when the product is produced on a line that shares equipment with another product that does contain peanuts or tree nuts. " So I thought Kelloggs was safe. This frustrates me that you obviously had a bad experience - Did a CS rep admit they don't use "may contain" statements and do use shared lines?

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