OATMEAL????

Posted on: Wed, 03/08/2000 - 11:51pm
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You might want to consider getting more information from Quaker as I understand that they do try to isolate nuts from non-nut ingredients, I think that they run nut products on different days and they do dismantle and high pressure spray wash their equipment after each product is run. Perhaps you could ask them to send you a letter from a production manager answering these questions? Hope this helps.

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2000 - 12:24am
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p(edited), ewhere are you? if you're close the the Canadian Border, go there 'cause Quaker has a peanut/nut free plant here that makes ALOT of safe stuff./p

Posted on: Thu, 03/09/2000 - 1:14pm
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p(edited), I'm not sure where you live, but check out the store-brand oatmeal. We live in the US in MA, and my PA daughter eats the instant oatmeal from StopShop, the maple brown sugar flavor. So far so good!br /
Linda-Jo/p

Posted on: Fri, 03/10/2000 - 1:35am
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pMy son loves Maple and Brown Sugar Oatmeal. I buy the store brand Food Club. This is from a Northeastern Ohio grocery store. He has never had any problems./p

Posted on: Fri, 03/10/2000 - 4:50am
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pI am constantly eating Quaker Oatmeal! I've never had a problem, but I guess I'll have to be extra careful. Thanks for the warning, guys!/p

Posted on: Tue, 03/14/2000 - 12:26pm
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pMy daughter recently had a reaction (the one that ate at BK), She also did have oatmeal cookies that my mom made about an hour and a half before she ate at BK at her after school program. The thought did cross my mind that it could have been the cookies also. I thought a peanut reaction would usually be within minutes after eating it? I just gave her dinasaur eggs oatmeal for supper. Thank God she is O.K./p

Posted on: Wed, 03/15/2000 - 1:29am
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pTo answer your question about how long does it take for a reaction. My son didn't react to his first bite of peanut butter until 2 hours later. Hope this helps in your search./p

Posted on: Wed, 07/19/2000 - 1:07am
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pMy son does eat the instant Quaker oatmeal on a regular basis. He likes the "cream" variety pack - peaches n' cream, blueberry n'cream, etc./p
pWe haven't had a problem yet, so I'm going to continue to feed him those. /p
pAlso, I'm noticing a lot of people on this website are from Massachusetts. I'm pretty sure there is a pn allergy support group in Massachusetts-I know it's listed somewhere in the Support Group board, if anyone from the Bay State is interested, they/we should go check it out./p

Posted on: Mon, 07/24/2000 - 5:06am
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pMy son also ate Instant Quaker Oats Oatmeal for breakfast for about a year. Never had 1 reaction. /p
pI am also from Massachusetts and would be interested in getting into a support group. Let me know. Thanks./p

Posted on: Mon, 07/24/2000 - 10:20am
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pIf you go to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America website: [url="http://www.aafa.org/chaptersandeducationalsupportgroups/educationalsupportgroups/searchbystatetype/edu_groups_list.cfm"]http://www.aafa.org/chaptersandeducation...groups_list.cfm[/url]br /
You will find information on 3 Food Allergy support groups in MA: South Weymouth on the South Shore, Georgetown on the North Shore and Foxboro (Walpole). I happen to belong to the Foxboro one, it is very good. It meets once/month, it is for all foods not just peanut, it is well moderated (the coordinator recently won the community service award from FAN), and has had some very good guest speakers (ie, doctors, emt, lawyer, dey labs sales rep)./p

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