Peanut-free mini chocolate bars for Halloween

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Canadian Sweets has peanut-free/nut-free mini chocolate bars available for Halloween. They are selling the box of 100 mini Nestle bars for $18.99 plus shipping.

Kit Kat, Aero, Smarties and Coffee Crisp (peanut-free and nut-free).

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[This message has been edited by erik (edited September 13, 2006).]

On Sep 13, 2006

I just went online to order them for DD---would have done it except that they charge $16.00 for shipping! YIKES!!! That is a little expensive! So, the bag of yummy safe chocolate plus shipping would be $34!!! Wish it wasn't so much $$ to ship to USA, or I would order it!


On Sep 21, 2006

It is so worth it though. I order them every year. It is a huge box of candy!

On Sep 21, 2006

I was looking at these today online and noticed that Canadian Sweets offers 100 of them for $18.99 (not sure if it is a box or a bag) and Panhandle offers a box of 120 for $27.95.

Does anyone know the difference between these two? The Canadian Sweets obviously looks like the better deal, but it has their name on it (in the picture online) so I was wondering if they package it themselves and thus it may not be as safe as the box from Panhandle that looks like it is packaged right at Nestle.

On Sep 21, 2006

I don't think Nestle would allow them to repackage. If the CanadianSweets name is not just a sticker, then they probably pay Nestle to use that packaging.

I'd also suggest checking the shipping charge at Panhandle. If it's a lot cheaper there, it might work out a comparable price.

On Sep 21, 2006


Originally posted by erik: [b]Canadian Sweets has peanut-free/nut-free mini chocolate bars available for Halloween. [/b]

the box in the picture states "peanut free". how can you tell they are nut free? (I just might order some.)

On Sep 21, 2006

The Nestle plant that the peanut-free bars are made in is both peanut and nut free. However, there is currently no test to test for all nut proteins. Therefore, they only say *peanut-free*.

[This message has been edited by AnnaMarie (edited September 21, 2006).]