Safe school vendors contact information wanted

Posted on: Fri, 10/29/2004 - 8:25am
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School Vendors contact information needed for all locations.

If you know of a safe food supplier (lunch, snack, ingredient etc.) to schools please let us know.

NOTE: Someone in the U.S.A. needs this type of information for their state, Massachusetts, by Nov. 2nd (2004) so if you can research or have any leads for this state please let us know.

Please post, fax, mail, phone or email any information you find.

send email to: [email]Office@PeanutAllergy.Com[/email]

Posted on: Fri, 10/29/2004 - 10:05am
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Chris, I'll try to get this info from my son's school next week.
Should we (maybe) have two threads for this? Canadian and American contacts would be different.

Posted on: Sat, 10/30/2004 - 12:14am
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Rebecca's Nut-Free is a Peanut and Tree Nut-Free supplier. We currently offer chocolate chip cookies (by the dozen and jumbo) and buttery sugar cookies (festively decorated for the season, also dozen and jumbo). We have a lot of non-allergy folks who buy our products too, because they think they are delicious!
We are about to launch Fudge Brownies and are working on cupcakes and whoopie pies. We are in stores North of Boston and also have a website,
[url="http://www.RebeccasNutFree.com"]http://www.RebeccasNutFree.com[/url]
We work with some schools now and are happy to work with more. Contact us via [email]claplaca@RebeccasNutFree.com[/email] or at 978-352-6644.
Best,
Chris LaPlaca

Posted on: Tue, 11/02/2004 - 11:34am
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I live in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. The town uses a company called Nutriserve as their school food provider. I originally met with the supervisor to review the ingredients in their products. My son has a peanut allergy, and can safely eat hot lunch each and every day. It has been wonderful.

Posted on: Wed, 11/03/2004 - 10:59pm
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I am also trying to confirm a safe school vendor. Does anyone have experience with Otis Spunkmeyer? There website does not address allergens and there is no email address. I did call and a young girl told me that all their products containing peanuts are processed on lines separate from those that do not. Not quite enough info for me. Thanks

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