safe store bought bread?

Posted on: Sun, 05/30/2004 - 5:20pm
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sorry search isn't working for me. I normally make our own bread but when we go on vacation we'll have to buy bread. What brand do you trust? We're driving cross country so hopefully something that is safe in any state. My dd is pa and tna. thanks!!

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Posted on: Mon, 05/31/2004 - 1:12am
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Homepride Buttertop Wheat Bread

Posted on: Mon, 05/31/2004 - 3:25am
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We eat Freihofer's Stone ground Whole Wheat Bread.
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Sean 2 yrs. NKA

Posted on: Mon, 05/31/2004 - 8:59am
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Rudi's Organic. Whole Foods/Mother's Market carries it. They have a large assortment of breads and hot dog buns/hamburger buns. They are a nut free facility.

Posted on: Mon, 06/28/2004 - 5:07pm
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thank you. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] I'm trying to compose a list to take with us so we aren't bumbling and taking forever at the grocery stores.
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Posted on: Tue, 06/29/2004 - 1:39am
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Well, I called Orowheat last year and they sent me a letter in short saying not to use there products. From the several brands I called on I learned that the "big names" are made in a local facility and then packaged and shipped to local stores. Because of this, they cannot guarantee what else the processing/baking company has in there facility or there allergy procedures. I did have some luck with Sara Lee (thats the brand we have used for the past year). They were nice enough to check with my local bakery plant and find that they do not use nuts. They did warn me to call back every six monthes in case something changes and to check the label for the plant number. Here is Phoenix I can only buy from plant 275xxxxx. Every once in a while I see another number and just don't buy it (they use another plant if there is a problem of sort with the main facility). This reminds me to call again [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img].
Hope this helps a little,
Amanda
Gracie 2 1/2yrs PNA/TNA
Dan 5 3/4yrs no food allergies!

Posted on: Tue, 06/29/2004 - 9:58pm
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We usually make ours as well, but occasionally do buy Maier's bread/bread rolls/sandwich rolls. I called Maier's and got a good response, although they do use seeds.
We have never had a problem with their bread in almost 4 years.

Posted on: Wed, 06/30/2004 - 7:49am
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We use Pepperidge Farm, I trust their labeling. I also use Wonder or JJ Nissen (both Interstate Brands)depending upon the bakery they came from. I have the number of a rep at Interstate, his name is Greg. He told me to call him any time with the number off of the bread packaage and he would tell me if the bread is from a PT/TN free bakery! He has been a huge help and told me I could call him with questions from any state! His number is 800 777 8067 X4464. Let me know if you call him. I hope this helps.
Polly

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