Wellshire Farms Meat

Posted on: Wed, 12/08/2004 - 3:37am
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Has anyone used this meat. They have ham, turkey, pork, chicken- deli style, steaks, franks, and kielbasa. I called the Company and the lady said they don't use any nuts. They are nitrate free. Just wondered if anyone uses this product or has called.
877-467-2331 [url="http://www.wellshirefarms.com"]www.wellshirefarms.com[/url]

If anyone has the time or minds calling would you please and let me know the response you get.

Thank You
toomanynuts

Posted on: Wed, 12/08/2004 - 10:45am
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We use their ham and turkey bacon quite frequently with no problems.
Amy

Posted on: Tue, 04/05/2005 - 7:24am
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This is interesting from their website:
Many stores today have entirely too many products on their shelves with artificial ingredients. Not only that, but many people, especially children are allergic to these additives and preservatives causing mental and physical health problems. Food intolerences are related to the weakening of the immune system. When the weaknesses become chronic, that is when an allergy may develop. By eating Wellshire Farms meat products as part of your everyday diet, you can control and prevent many food allergies that may have and adverse effect on you.
Coming soon - a complete allergy database to find out which products are right for you.

Posted on: Wed, 04/06/2005 - 7:51am
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Please see my other response to you on other thread.
This is interesting since both times I called I was told that not all the products were safe for pn/tn (although I can't remember specifically which it was since we don't use either I marked the lunchmeats as unsafe for us to use.) I was told about the allergy information list coming on their web page which will be great. We now use Applegate Farms lunchmeats and hotdogs since they are completely pn/tn free facility as well as most are gluten and egg free. Also, no nitrates and no antibiotics. The Sunday bacon is very good.

Posted on: Thu, 04/07/2005 - 5:50am
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Hi! I just called today and the CSR told me that none of the manufacturing plants contain peanuts or tree nuts and that all of their products are safe for PA/TNA.
Maybe some others that use their products would like to call and let us know what they tell you.
We have eaten so much of their products and never had a reaction. Both dd and myself are PA/TNA.
toomanynuts
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