Indian Harvest

Posted on: Thu, 10/21/1999 - 3:46am
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Hi, this is my first posting. My 20-month-old son is peanut and walnut allergic. I, like Patti, researched Near East and other rice/grain/bean manufacturers (Marakesh, Casbah, Brenda's Cafe, ect.) and found them to be unsafe. One of them referred me to Indian Harvest eho sells rice/grain/bean mixes ann products by mail. I spoke with them several times and was assured that they are NUT-FREE. They do sell one Brenda's Cafe product in their catalog which contains pecans but it does not come from their plant. The rep also told me that four years ago they packaged pistachios during the holiday season, but none since and no plans to do so. I plan to order from them. Info: on the web, indianharvest.com or call 1-800-294-2433 or, for customer service 1-800-700-2433. Anybody else have any luck with so-called "health food" companies which may have any safe products? I feel safer with some big companies, but they often use so much sodium and chemicals, etc. I'm so glad I found this website!! Thanks.

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