SAFE whole grain bread

Posted on: Thu, 03/29/2001 - 5:12am
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pOops - I posted under Media by mistake, so am copying the info here:/p
pIn my ongoing search to find a whole grain bread which is nut-free and not-produced by manufacturers who also make nutted varieities, I finally had some luck:/p
pDimpflmeier, which is made in Toronto, Canada, but also sells in the United States has NO nutted varieities. I spoke to two women at the company today - Karen and Sandy -(416) 239-3031, who assured me that they use no nuts or nut oils. The company does make some cakes with nuts - but in another building - with no chance of cross-contamination. Sandy was very interested in the allergy issues, said she was going to do more research, and was happy to have me post here about the company. I believe she will also look into our website - and, perhaps, post directly about their company. They make organic breads, too, which are dairy-free as well./p
pI live in Illinois, and there were three Chicago-area businesses which carry the bread. My mother, who lives in the Detroit area, originally discovered this bread in her area. They will also send out a brochure with shipping and nutritional information. The bread is very fairly priced (unlike some natural foods companies, whose prices are inflated - and who make nutted varieties anyway)./p
pI'm happy to have found a healthy AND safe bread and sure hope they don't decide to add a nutted variety to their line!/p
p------------------/p

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