Nature\'s Path Cereal

Posted on: Sun, 06/02/2002 - 2:35pm
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pI am new to Peanutallergy.com but not new to peanut allergies. My son was diagnosed almost three years ago now. Since then my family has been trying to eat mainly organic foods, but have found it increasingly difficult to find kid-friendly peanut-free cereal. /p
pWe had been eating Nature's Path products until recently when we saw the peanut butter Panda Puffs on the shelf, and then the warnings appeared on all of the cereal. They have two processing plants, one in Blaine, Washington and one in Delta, British Columbia. I suggested to Nature's Path Consumer Services that it would be good if they could separate the nut and peanut cereals from their others by manufacturing them in the two separate facilies. Consumers Services suggested that if a group sent letters to the company it would raise the issue with the owners./p
pAnyone interested? The president/founder of Nature's Path/Lifestream is Arran Stephens. His letter, and the posts about the company philosophy are interesting to read ([url]http://www.naturespath.com[/url])./p

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