Turtle mountain frozen treats?

Posted on: Wed, 01/11/2006 - 9:46am
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found these in the health food section of my Stop & Shop today -- an assortment of soy-based ice-cream like products. They had a statement about visiting their website for allergy concerns. Here is the link:

[url="http://www.turtlemountain.com/health/allergies.html"]http://www.turtlemountain.com/health/allergies.html[/url]

Anyone use these products? I'm looking at that sweet nothings at the bottom...looks like it may be run on a seperate line? I'll email them tomorrow! *The old clean and wash inbetween with the other stuff is beyond my comfort zone, if that is what they do with the other flavors.

Posted on: Thu, 01/12/2006 - 5:03am
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Caitlin eats the Soy Delicious Vanilla (or neopolitan) ice creams... no problem.
Found at Trader Joes, as well, cheaper than S&S [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Jason
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Posted on: Fri, 01/13/2006 - 8:01pm
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The email back - (I inquired about PN/TN/EGGS and possible cross-contam) looks like there are 2 safe products :-)
Laura,
The only item that we make on a separate line from the rest of our items is the Sweet Nothings bars. They are made on a Popsicle type line that does not do anything with nuts. There is a Fudge bar and a Mango Raspberry bar

Posted on: Thu, 07/20/2006 - 2:14am
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Once again, contradictory information -- no separate lines for any of their products, according to this email response:
We do not have separate line that our products are made on. I would suggest that you go to the health section of our website. After you are in the health section point back at health and a drop down list will appear. Select the first summary

Posted on: Sat, 07/14/2007 - 12:53pm
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i have been looking into turtle mountain soy based frozen desserts again. No dedicated lines. Unlike some companies that automatically say that they 'cannot guarantee' that a product would be safe to eat, Turtle Mountain states that they clean everything and test each ingredient that goes into their products before they put it in and then they also test each batch before they package it up and send it out. So they do stand behind their products and say that they are safe. what do others think?

Posted on: Thu, 01/12/2006 - 5:03am
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Caitlin eats the Soy Delicious Vanilla (or neopolitan) ice creams... no problem.
Found at Trader Joes, as well, cheaper than S&S [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Jason
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[b]* Obsessed * [/b]

Posted on: Fri, 01/13/2006 - 8:01pm
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The email back - (I inquired about PN/TN/EGGS and possible cross-contam) looks like there are 2 safe products :-)
Laura,
The only item that we make on a separate line from the rest of our items is the Sweet Nothings bars. They are made on a Popsicle type line that does not do anything with nuts. There is a Fudge bar and a Mango Raspberry bar

Posted on: Thu, 07/20/2006 - 2:14am
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Once again, contradictory information -- no separate lines for any of their products, according to this email response:
We do not have separate line that our products are made on. I would suggest that you go to the health section of our website. After you are in the health section point back at health and a drop down list will appear. Select the first summary

Posted on: Sat, 07/14/2007 - 12:53pm
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i have been looking into turtle mountain soy based frozen desserts again. No dedicated lines. Unlike some companies that automatically say that they 'cannot guarantee' that a product would be safe to eat, Turtle Mountain states that they clean everything and test each ingredient that goes into their products before they put it in and then they also test each batch before they package it up and send it out. So they do stand behind their products and say that they are safe. what do others think?

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