hersheys kissables

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 9:18pm
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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.

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

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 9:48pm
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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

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 12:59am
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They are milk chocolate with candy coating. I guess milk chocolate means they have milk.

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 1:00am
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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.

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 5:10am
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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.)

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 5:27am
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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.
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James 4 yrs, NKA
Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 9:49am
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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

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 11:08am
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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.
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Lalow
James 4 yrs, NKA
Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 1:01am
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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.

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 2:56am
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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]

Posted on: Mon, 03/27/2006 - 9:48pm
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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

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 12:59am
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They are milk chocolate with candy coating. I guess milk chocolate means they have milk.

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 1:00am
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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.

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 5:10am
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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.)

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 5:27am
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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.
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Lalow
James 4 yrs, NKA
Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 9:49am
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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

Posted on: Tue, 03/28/2006 - 11:08am
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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.
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Lalow
James 4 yrs, NKA
Ben 3 yrs, PA and MA and SA

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 1:01am
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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.

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 2:56am
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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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