Safe frozen Chinese food (or packaged?)

Posted on: Tue, 02/10/2004 - 1:01am
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Hi:
Some of you may remember ds' 1st grade class is doing a unit on China which includes a trip to a Chinese Restaurant (not to eat, just to see what they do) and a Chinese Feast later in the week.

I am trying to see if anybody has experience with the pre-packaged Chinese food (either frozen or kits like LaChoy)? I am planning on going to the store/calling manufacturers, but any experiences you might be able to share would be great.

Here is the list of foods that I am trying to find for the Chinese feast:

-Egg rolls (preferably the bite size ones)
-Chow Mein noodles
-Fortune cookies

(they also serve rice (which I know I can get),Chinese Veggies (ds HATES veggies, so I am not going to knock myself out over those), & fried chicken wings (I'll just get tyson).

Any help would be greatly appreciated. DS is PA only.

Kelly

Posted on: Tue, 02/10/2004 - 2:19am
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I love Chinese food, but we have not had success finding egg rolls at our Safeway/Dominicks that are peanut free. However, when we are in the mood for Chinese at home, we ususally get Costco Ling-Ling pot stickers, and make chinese veggies with chicken stir fry. Hamburger Helper/Chicken Helper has a chicken fried rice mix that is pretty tasty as well.

Posted on: Tue, 02/10/2004 - 2:24am
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I neve gave trhen to my dd(she has no interest) but we enjoy the potstickers in a large yellow bag from Costco. I forget the brand but I bet it is the above mentioned as well. Comes with a dipping sauce as well. It might be quick to check with a phone call. becca

Posted on: Wed, 02/11/2004 - 9:05am
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We are Chinese and we enjoyed the potstickers in a large yellow bag from Costco and never had any problems. After I found out that my daughter is allergic to walnut last year, I wrote to this company through email. Days later they sent me a letter. I could not remember what they said, but they did not suggest us to use their products. I stopped using the potstickers.
Lingling

Posted on: Mon, 10/23/2006 - 9:14am
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Has anyone checked on these lately ? The brand is Ling Ling and I bought a huge bag yesterday. Their web site has a small section about allergens and they mention soy, egg etc but no mention of nuts. Have emailed them but not sure how long they will take to get back !

Posted on: Mon, 10/23/2006 - 10:48am
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Let me know what they say. I almost bought them, but noticed there was no warning. They taste awesome.
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Jodi

Posted on: Mon, 10/23/2006 - 11:08am
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Im very impressed. They actually replied to my email within 20 minutes. Here is the response:
Thank you for contacting us regarding Ling Lings Chicken & Vegetable
Potstickers.
We do use several of the known allergens in producing different items in our
facilities. We use egg, milk, shellfish, soy, and wheat based ingredients. We do
not use any fish, peanuts, or tree nuts. In addition, during the course of
production we thoroughly clean all equipment and utensils to ensure that no
allergens are carried over into other product.
Thank you again for contacting us. If you have any further questions or
comments please do not hesitate to contact me at 1-800-434-6786 or visit our
website at [url="http://www.4linglings.com"]www.4linglings.com[/url] .
Sincerely,
Whitney Shatto
Customer Care
Discovery Foods LLC

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