Posted on: Mon, 06/21/1999 - 6:40am
Lindka's picture
Joined: 06/21/1999 - 09:00

I am in the process of setting up NO NUTS and would love to hear from you particularly if you're in the UK and are involved with nut allergies.

Also, I want to raise the issue of food labelling!!!

Drop me a line soon, lend your support and experiences.

Thanks Lin

Posted on: Sun, 07/18/1999 - 7:54am
Lindka's picture
Joined: 06/21/1999 - 09:00

Hey why are all you Brits so quiet about this topic?
Come on lets get together and see what we can do about the problem.
I need volunteers in all areas of the country to help set up NO NUTS! groups in your area to help others like you who may not have access to the internet or all this valuable information.
Think of all the people we can help.
Come on, drop me a line or post to this forum.
Look forward to your note soon.
Regards Lin

Posted on: Thu, 07/29/1999 - 3:34am
Lindka's picture
Joined: 06/21/1999 - 09:00

Hi - I am still short of interested parents/vounteers etc. who may wish to form NO NUTS! groups in their areas in:
Contact me for more information. Many thanks.

Posted on: Sat, 09/18/1999 - 6:07pm
Lindka's picture
Joined: 06/21/1999 - 09:00

Hello all you Brits!
No Nuts! is thriving well, we have regular email updates and postings, are campaigning with supermarkets on labelling policies and many other issues.
But, we need to get some regional groups up and running.
If you'd like to help get the message out about nut allergy and promote safety and awareness contact me please.
Let us add you to our internet mailing list today.
We look forward to your message.

Posted on: Sat, 10/30/1999 - 8:22pm
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Hi Lindka!
Thank goodness there is someone else in the U.K. using this site! I had begun to wonder!
I live in Surrey and have a newly diagnosed 15 year old. If there are any other brits out there please register now. I'd love to open a discussion about UK experiences with this allergy. I have had a dreadful time getting safe food lists and finding nut free confectionary. How about you?

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