hersheys kissables

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has anyone called on those new hersheys kissables. i didnt see anything on the packages but didnt buy any so havnt called. I dont think my son can have them due to milk anyway but was curious.

------------------ Lalow James 4 yrs, NKA Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

On Mar 28, 2006

Did you search here? Lots of posts and at least 2 lengthy threads with people who have called.

I have not called Hershey *on these.* I trust their labels after calling on several products in the past. We love them. But they may have milk ingredients. becca

On Mar 28, 2006

They are milk chocolate with candy coating. I guess milk chocolate means they have milk.

On Mar 28, 2006

Speaking from a mother of a daughter with peanut, tree nut and egg allergies, she eats them with no issues whatsoever. I also trust Hershey. She's been eating them since they came out months ago as her favorite treat.

On Mar 28, 2006

My PA & TNA son has eaten them with no problem. i trust hershey's labeling and was so happy when they came on the market!!!! (Not that i like my child gobbling down candy, but it was nice to have an alternative to m&m's and it added one more thing he could choose from in the candy isle.)

On Mar 28, 2006

no i didnt do a search. I hadnt seen them in the stores around here till yesterday (i have ssen commercials for them for a while). I dont have much experience with hershey because ds cant have most of there stuff due to MA anyway.

------------------ Lalow James 4 yrs, NKA Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

On Mar 28, 2006

Didn't mean to sound snippy on the aearch suggestion(if I did). Just meant that there were many posts in there that indicated people had called. Giving you a larger concensus. Since I actually did not call.

I would suppose they do have milk. I do think Kellie's candies now has a dairy free chocolate. Maybe even VNF?? But it is nice to just get stuff at the regular stores. becca

On Mar 28, 2006

thanks for the feedback. I did order him a choc bunny from VNF. We got the dark choc last year and he was fine. He has been talking about it all year (he was only 2 1/2 but remembers that choc) He really gets very little choc so he will be excited. I am just looking forward to the day he outgrows the MA.

------------------ Lalow James 4 yrs, NKA Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

On Apr 4, 2006

I trust Hershey labeling too, but I called anyway. Safe for PA/TNA!

I first saw them right before Christmas so I bought a bunch for my girls' stockings. They love them! I now use them as substitute treats for birthday parties, etc.

On Apr 4, 2006

I am going to try to post a link to another discussion on kissables.

[url="http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/Forum11/HTML/002625.html"]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/Forum11/HTML/002625.html[/url]

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