Nestle-Carnation Rich Chocolate Hot Cocoa Mix

Posted on: Wed, 08/18/1999 - 1:23pm
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My son had a reaction after drinking this at day camp, which suggests traces of peanuts. Since the original can was thrown away, the folks at Nestle can't trace the place of manufacture or analyze the contents. They did listen to my concerns about cross-contamination and the need for warning labels on their cocoa products. They told me they include a warning on Nestle Crunch Bars because they're made on the same belt as Baby Ruths. I''ll let you know if I hear any more from Nestle.

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