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Posted on: Wed, 10/11/2000 - 1:28pm
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If you're in Canada, Christie's produces Triscuits which I like for my PA son because of their high fibre content. They also produce Ritz. For cookies, I also go with Christie's brands, Oreos (most are "safe") and Chips Ahoy (again, most are "safe"). I'm fairly sure that plain Arrowroot, yes, also produced by Christie's are okay. And surprisingly, lately, my nearly 5 year old PA son is eating 10 million Premium Plus Saltines also produced by Christie (not sure about the nutrition factor on these). Best wishes!

Posted on: Wed, 10/11/2000 - 1:30pm
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I'm sorry, Shan, just re-read your original post - 13 months is not okay for Triscuits. I'm afraid she may choke. Ritz and Arrowroots. Sorry. Best wishes!

Posted on: Fri, 10/27/2000 - 5:57am
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Joined: 09/17/2000 - 09:00

yikes! I'm glad I read this post. A few days ago, while at the store, my husband and I noticed a big bag of Stauffers animal crackers. Checked the label, all looked good, so we brought it home. Matt has had a few of them without incident, but I won't be giving him any more. Guess another trip to the store is in order. I'm thinking....Oreos, mess be dam*ed! LOL



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