Safe pancake/waffle syrup?

Posted on: Thu, 02/15/2007 - 11:01pm
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DD is PA/TNA anyone recommend a safe pancake/waffle syrup from the grocery store that you use? Thanks!

Posted on: Thu, 02/15/2007 - 11:21pm
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Hi. I'm PA/TNA and so is my son and we use Aunt Jemima syrup. I've used a couple of Maple Syrup brands (I don't remember the names) also and have never had a problem. I've never called because I've used them for years before I even knew to read labels and never had a problem. Aunt Jemima is the one I use the most. Maybe someone else can give more info.

Posted on: Thu, 02/15/2007 - 11:23pm
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my son is PA, TNA and sesame and we always use kelloggs eggo syrup.

Posted on: Fri, 02/16/2007 - 12:22am
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We've used Log Cabin always.

Posted on: Fri, 02/16/2007 - 1:13am
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We use Kellogs Ego.

Posted on: Fri, 02/16/2007 - 5:49am
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We use Coombs Family Farms Syrup after reading the previous posts on the message boards. Below is what they said when I contacted them. I have seen their syrup at PCC and Whole Food (Cheaper at PCC in WA).
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The maple syrup and maple sugar are in a nut free facility.
Maple candy and maple cream is made at a different facility and we do have
pecans here.
FYI, we are discontinuing items with nuts shortly and will be a nut free environment for candy over the next few months.
Jean Wolinsky
Coombs Family Farms
888-266-6271
*************

Posted on: Mon, 02/19/2007 - 5:00am
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We used Mrs. Butterworth's for years without problems. I recently switched to Griffin's because it does not have high fructose corn syrup, and haven't had a problem with that either. Dd eats pancakes every morning. Every morning. Never anything else. The sun would not rise before she wanted something else. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Beatrice & Georgia, 8-14-99

Posted on: Mon, 02/19/2007 - 9:13am
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Quote:Originally posted by BBCBMom:
[b]We use Coombs Family Farms Syrup after reading the previous posts on the message boards. Below is what they said when I contacted them. I have seen their syrup at PCC and Whole Food (Cheaper at PCC in WA).
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The maple syrup and maple sugar are in a nut free facility.
Maple candy and maple cream is made at a different facility and we do have
pecans here.
FYI, we are discontinuing items with nuts shortly and will be a nut free environment for candy over the next few months.
Jean Wolinsky
Coombs Family Farms
888-266-6271
*************[/b]
Interesting. I have an email from them from almost exactly a year ago. I inquired about both maple syrups and maple candy and mentioned my daugher's peanut AND tree nut allergy. The email they sent me says all products would be safe. It was signed by the same person that you got the above message from. So either their manufacturing has changed in the past year or one of us got inaccurate information. I never did get the chance to order-maybe that's a good thing. I emailed them a couple of weeks ago about some maple syrup I ordered online and they never replied to my email. I finally called after the syrup arrived (from amazon) and was told it was safe but the person I spoke with never mentioned anything about the candy. Maybe because I didn't ask about it specifically. Still I'm not happy that they've apparently ignored my email. And not impressed if they went from being safe (per the email they sent me a year ago) to not being safe and now they're claiming that they'll be safe again.
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