Jello brand pudding

Posted on: Sun, 12/19/2004 - 3:51pm
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My apologies if this is somewhere on the site, but the computer/browser I am using often crashes when I do searches on peanutallergy.com for some reason.

Anyway, I am wondering if anyone has any experience with Jello brand pudding. Is is safe?

Thanks.

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Ellen
Allergic to Shellfish/ Mom to Jesse 9/01 who has PA

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Posted on: Sun, 12/19/2004 - 4:07pm
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I eat Jello pudding quite often.. I am in Canada and am PA only.

Posted on: Thu, 01/06/2005 - 9:18am
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We have stopped buying Jello powdered pudding mixes b/c my DD appeared to react to it with mild hives. Too bad, she loved mixing in the milk. Must be the cross-contamination with the pistacio flavor. So we have switched to other brands of ready-made pudding. I see that others have used it with no difficulty, but not us.
Will be trying Dr. Oetker's at the health food store, another post says that is all safe. Got Swiss Miss tonight, allergen label says only milk. Tried to find Kozy Shack the other day but they only had a new kind with Splenda and DD didn't like it.
Good luck!
Susan

Posted on: Thu, 01/06/2005 - 1:37pm
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I have allowed my dd to have it, but she has never really liked it or had much of it. She thinks she wants it, then has a few tastes, says she really likes it, but really never has much. I think she thinks she should like it because she is a sugar freak and it is sweet. LOL. But, I always wonder if there is a weird cross contam. thing going on when she really has an aversion to a sweet. There is the whole texture thing, and she does the same with regular jello. Not sure it that is any help! I did call and get the if there were any chance.... song and dance. becca

Posted on: Thu, 01/06/2005 - 1:49pm
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I've eaten jello and jello pudding all my life and no problems at all [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] just ate some tonight (tapioca) [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

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