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Posted on: Sun, 01/30/2005 - 5:24am
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I called Kedem and got a reply by phone . . . the man said that the tea biscuits are peanut/nut-free, including for cross-contamination. The wafers though do have a chance of cross-contact. If anybody can get confirmation of this, that would be great. I think the more people that call some of these companies, the more their consciuosness is raised (and perhaps the more reliable the information we get). I'm still in search of a good pareve cookie that is safe and "mainstream" enough in taste to be acceptable for our school lunch program. Has anybody used Stella D'Oro?
By the way, I called Paskesz about some cookies and brownie bars they have which are made in a plant in Holland, but had no allergy warning, and they are NOT peanut/nut-safe. Their Belgium plant which makes the chocolate coins and their choc. chips is still nut-free.

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