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Posted on: Fri, 03/31/2006 - 6:28am
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we have been using Honey Maid forever and are just buying the chocolate graham sticks today - the other flavors (honey and cinnamon) have been fine. We also eat Cheezits a lot too without incident. I was just checking on the chocolate honey grahams on the list here... its so nice to have everything already here. Thanks
Andrea

Posted on: Fri, 03/31/2006 - 7:34am
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yes we eat the chocolate and other flavors. take care

Posted on: Fri, 03/31/2006 - 8:44am
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I trust them both. Actually I'm pretty sure that Nabisco owns Kraft. Whenever I've called, they also have told me that they label even for cross contamination or state the possible contaminate in the ingredient statement just in case.
For example with Cheese Ritz bits, peanut is the last item on the ingredient list so I'm sure it's because they share lines or are made in the same facility as the peanut ones.

Posted on: Fri, 03/31/2006 - 8:48am
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I have started to trust Keebler more too. Their cookies seem to have good labelling. I once called about the vanilla wafers (they taste better than the Nabisco ones) and they said that if there was any chance of cross contamination, it would be indicated on the ingredient list.
Seems like they have more safe options now than they did a few years ago.

Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2006 - 7:48am
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reraising. Consensus please. I've checked several Keebler threads and think I'm going out to buy the "Sandies Fudge Drops". No advice, just a tentative step....

Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2006 - 7:53am
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I trust Keebler's labeling. They are owned by Kellogg's, which I trust, and feel very comfortable with responses from their reps.

Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2006 - 7:57am
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I'll give them my seal of approval too.
We've seen warnings appear/disappear/reappear on products DD likes, so we trust that it means something.
And they seem to label for cross-contact VERY well. Always get good answers when we call.
FWIW, our repetoire is pretty limited, though-- club and Townehouse crackers, vanilla wafers, and grasshopper cookies. (As DD sometimes tolerates dairy, sometimes not...)
They are the only people we've found who make EGG-FREE vanilla wafers.
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Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2006 - 9:54am
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I give a thumbs up to Keebler too, although like Corvallis Mom, we use very little of their stuff...but they're the only crackers that ds can eat on shared equipment with dairy without getting hives. We've used Townhouse, graham crackers, and their bug bites, which are like teddy grahams (don't ask...boys [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img] )Meg
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Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2006 - 10:04am
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Bug Bites? Boys? Not just them! I LOVE Bug Bites - the kids have to share with me!
Both brands are trusted by us. Keebler in particular is so positive with their responses and their labels are very clear.
Keebler just came out with a Multigrain version of the Club Crackers. My kids just tried them and love them!
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DD - allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, coconut, and egg

Posted on: Mon, 08/28/2006 - 12:34pm
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For years we've avoided Keebler. When I first called about 5 years ago, they were well behind the other companies in terms of labeling. However, I recently checked their website, and was impressed with their allergen information. Was thinking of trying their products if others here had good experiences.

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