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Posted on: Thu, 06/03/2004 - 6:41am
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Does that mean they are not safe here either(USA)? Are they processed differently? Maybe I wont get those anymore.
Thanks Erik
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Posted on: Thu, 06/03/2004 - 11:38am
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Quote:Originally posted by ALLERGYMOM:
[b]Does that mean they are not safe here either(USA)? Are they processed differently? Maybe I wont get those anymore.
Thanks Erik
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Hi Allergymom,
The Kellogg's Frosted Flakes with the peanut warning are made by Kellogg's Canada in a factory in London, Ontario. Therefore, they are made in a different facility than yours, as I assume your Frosted Flakes are made in a factory in the USA. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Thu, 06/03/2004 - 3:13pm
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Thanks Erik [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Fri, 06/11/2004 - 11:03pm
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Has anyone used the small boxes (like for traveling/camping) of cereal by Kelloggs that have the rice krispies, fruit loops, corn pops etc.? I was thinking of buying them for the summer - travel.

Posted on: Sat, 06/12/2004 - 6:12am
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Nobody has mentioned anything about Quaker instant oats varieties. Quaker does a great job listing allergens so, since nuts are not on the label, we've been using them. So far, no problems. Anything I need to know?

Posted on: Sat, 06/12/2004 - 11:17am
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We use rice krispies off and on to make rice krispie treats. Never had a problem. Mostly just eat regular cheerios. My son is not big on cereal.

Posted on: Sat, 06/12/2004 - 11:18am
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We use Quaker instant Oats too, since they seem to do a pretty good job of labeling (at least they have bold allergen warnings). I don 't let DD have the banana bread flavor- doesn't have a bold allergen warning in the mixed vareity boxes.
My boxes say "a product of canada" anyway- so I figure I can trust those bold warnings.

Posted on: Thu, 07/01/2004 - 1:13pm
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U.S.A.
Called General Mills about Cocao Puffs. I was told they are safe for PA. They do not label for cross contamination. If there is a chance of this they will include the allergen in the ingredient list as being contained in.
I questioned the rep as to whether or not GM had dedicated lines for some of their products she said they did but unfortunately I had to get off the phone before pressing that issue.
Anyway, DD tried some of the Cocao Puffs right out of the box as she worked her way to the glow in the dark stickers that were included without a problem.

Posted on: Thu, 07/01/2004 - 1:14pm
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U.S.A.
Called General Mills about Cocao Puffs. I was told they are safe for PA. They do not label for cross contamination. If there is a chance of this they will include the allergen in the ingredient list as being contained in.
I questioned the rep as to whether or not GM had dedicated lines for some of their products she said they did but unfortunately I had to get off the phone before pressing that issue.
Anyway, DD tried some of the Cocao Puffs right out of the box as she worked her way to the glow in the dark stickers that were included without a problem.

Posted on: Mon, 07/12/2004 - 5:42am
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My PN, soy allergic son eats tons of dry cereal. The brands we use regularly are:
Cheerios (plain)
Kix (plain)
Life (plain)
Rice Krispies (plain)
Quaker Cinnamon Oat Squares
He also eats Quaker instant oatmeal and instant Cream of Wheat.
-Fran

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