Pillsbury - New Labeling

Posted on: Thu, 06/26/2003 - 6:51am
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I was just wondering how many people used Pillsbury products now that they use General Mills labeling practices? I have not let my daughter try these products yet, but my mother has seen the allergy warnings and wants to know if she can use the products for family dinners.

Paula

Posted on: Thu, 06/26/2003 - 10:40am
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We've been using the crescent rolls, pie crusts, frozen veggies, waffle sticks, frozen french toast, etc. Basically, any time we see the Box Tops for Education symbol (and it doesn't list nuts or peanuts of course), it goes in the cart.
Jackie

Posted on: Thu, 06/26/2003 - 10:46am
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I have used any products with the Box Top labeling as long as there are no nuts listed....and feel safe. I have called on products that still have Pillsbury labeling even though they are changing to General Mills and was informed that I should ONLY feel the labeling lives up to General Mills if it distinctly says "Manf. by GM" or has the box top labels. I specifically called about refried beans- Old El Paso, General Mills brand. It still had the Pillsbury name and they told me that they would not advise me to use those until I saw the GM label on the box/can. As for the Pillsbury rolls/crusts/ etc. I have bought those and felt safe with the labeling under GM....... [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Thu, 06/26/2003 - 1:20pm
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I have used the cinnamon rolls in the cylinder package.

Posted on: Thu, 06/26/2003 - 9:33pm
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My child has eaten the cinnamon rolls, crescent rolls, french bread, pizza dough, biscuits, waffle sticks, and toaster streudels without incident.
Jaime =)

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