Hersheys

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I haven't been on this website in a while and I am reading that alot of you are saying it is safe for some of Hershey products for someone with PA? A friend told me she calls Hershey's every so often to make sure and she feels safe giving her PA son Hershey Kisses. I guess I need more info and some reassuring but sure would like it if it were safe and to buy for Easter. Thanks!

On Apr 5, 2006

hi. we dont use the kisses but we use the plain hershey bars without a warning on them. i dont give my son a whole bar at once. i was wondering about the candies in a tube by hershey. they are like skittles or something. i think jolly rancher. does anyone know what im talking about? hershey will list for cross contamination. thats their policy.

[This message has been edited by tidina (edited April 05, 2006).]

On Apr 5, 2006

Banj,

I trust Hershey's more than any other company. They seem to put forward the most effort in communicating with the public. (labeling, phone calls, email etc...) You should call the company yourself and hear their speal. The new Kissables are a favorite around here! (What PN free Hershey's product isn't tho LOL) pp

On Apr 6, 2006

I trust Hersheys labelling and my son has eaten many of their products including the jolly rancher candy in the tubes, full size Hershey bar, kisses (before they made the pb one), cookies and cream bar, cookies and mint bar and any holiday item where the labeling was safe (santas at X-Mas etc...)

On Apr 6, 2006

I trust their labeling completely too.

Keep in mind that some items in different sizes (for example the milk chocolate bar) can and may have different labels (one with and one without a warning).

Hershey's is one of my fave brands for labeling in general.

On Apr 6, 2006

yes we read everything everytime. i trust them.

On Apr 8, 2006

What I am understanding is that if Hersheys does NOT state "may contain peanuts" than they make the item in a nut free facility?

On Apr 8, 2006

I don't know for sure the answer to the last question, but plain milk chocolate Hershey Kisses are a staple in our house. I keep them on hand to trade for something not safe. They make caramel ones now, and those have a may contain label, so we stay clear of those. I've always trusted Hershey's labelling too.

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