Nestle (U.S.) Shooting Stars Ice Pops

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Any reason to believe these might be cross-contaminated with or contain peanuts or nut products?

On May 31, 2005

No problems here. The kids loved them [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

On Jun 1, 2005

DS had them for the first time yesterday and had no problems.

I'm not overjoyed with the way they taste, but sometimes you can take one layer off at a time, and that's pretty cool. Okay--so I'm still a kid at heart.

On Jun 1, 2005

I just thought of something. Does Nestle Canada make "Shooting Stars" Ice Pops? [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/tongue.gif[/img]

Is there something comparable? Like a maple leaf on a stick?

On Jun 2, 2005

has anyone tried the mini ice cream sandwiches by them? saw them on the website, they say nut allergen free??

On Jun 2, 2005

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Originally posted by tidina: [b]has anyone tried the mini ice cream sandwiches by them? saw them on the website, they say nut allergen free??[/b]

Don't toy with me. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

Really? A safe U.S. ice cream sandwich? I think the only one my son has ever had was a Chapman's when we were in Canada.

Amy

On Jun 2, 2005

i wonder what they mean by that. i dont remember seeing these at grocery store but i will check and read them?? then call.

On Jun 9, 2005

Thank you for your email requesting nutritional information on Nestl

On Jun 9, 2005

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Originally posted by Going Nuts: [b] Don't toy with me. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/biggrin.gif[/img]

Really? A safe U.S. ice cream sandwich? I think the only one my son has ever had was a Chapman's when we were in Canada.

Amy

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My cubs eat Dean's Country Fresh Ice Cream Sandwiches and Dean's Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches. (vanilla flavor) I don't know if they are "safe". Is there a reason they would not be "safe"?

I probably am making the wrong decision and risking their lives...........

General Disclaimer: I am not offering advice in any manner or form. ABSOLUTELY NOT. Just describing my own personal, highly individual, unique situation and possible mistakes. Individual Mileage May Vary.

[This message has been edited by MommaBear (edited June 09, 2005).]

On Jun 9, 2005

We have been fine with Hood ice cream sandwiches. I emailed them, and was told they were on a nut free production line, though not guaranteed. Meaning it can change anytime, but currently they were the only thing made there. It was pretty clear at the time, I recall, but I do not have the email. But I allowed dd to have them at a time when I never let her have anything, IYKWIM! Of course, it may have changed. I have not called again. Just have them on my list of okay foods. becca

On Oct 6, 2005

I know this is an old thread but... Deans told me that NONE of their ice cream is safe for pa/tna and refused to tell me if they even clean between runs (I'm sure they do but they wouldn't actually say it. weird).

I was looking for info on the nestle and came upon this thread. I'm not sure if I'm satisfied with that answer or not. Has anyone had trouble with the ice cream sandwiches from Nestle? The only brands available around here are the Nestle, Deans, Walmart brand and generic.

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