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Posted on: Sat, 05/11/2002 - 8:32am
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Thanks Emmie. I checked and the closest is around 40 miles away. I might check it out anyway, the next time I'm in that area. Does cabot make cream cheese also? I didn't even look at the website-I forgot.
Gale

Posted on: Mon, 04/14/2003 - 8:43am
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A new PA mom wants to know if you are using LOL butter. I called today and they said they had to get back to me with the information but I need to start baking ASAP. I need input!!!! Quote:Originally posted by Dawn:
[b]Here is the reply I received today. I guess it means they have poorly trained customer service reps working the phones?
Thank you for visiting the Land O'Lakes Web Site.
We understand you concern about potential allergens in food products
and apologize fur
the delay in our response. We are aware of this issue and have
developed quality
programs that attempt to identify or control allergens in our products.
Land O' Lakes, Inc. identifies allergenic ingredients including nuts
and peanuts and all
ingredient constituents on the labels of our packages. These labels
contain the most
accurate information on the ingredients in our products. Furthermore,
we hold suppliers of
our ingredients to these same high standards and require that they
disclose the contents of
their products to Land O' Lakes, Inc.
As we continuously improve the quality of our products at Land O'
Lakes, Inc., the
identification and management of potential allergen concerns will be a
significant priority
for us.
Thank you again for contacting us. It is our goal to supply consumers
with the finest
quality products. As a valued consumer, please feel free to contact us
if we can be of help
in the future.
Please let us know if we can be of assistance in the future.
Sincerely,
Land O'Lakes Consumer Affairs[/b]

Posted on: Mon, 04/14/2003 - 10:29am
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Danielle, I do use Land O'Lakes products. I felt that the last response I got from them was pretty much as good as I'll ever get from a company (unless, of course, they tell me that they will never, at any time, even [i]think[/i] of any peanut products while manufacturing the products I might buy [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/wink.gif[/img] ). We've not had any problems.

Posted on: Fri, 04/18/2003 - 4:56pm
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Land o lakes is the only butter I've used in over a year. Our only alternative is generic and I just don't do generics, as a rule. for margarine we're using promise and ICBINB and for cheese we're still using kraft.
Gale

Posted on: Fri, 04/18/2003 - 5:38pm
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I love Cabot's Smoked Cheddar. Mmmm, I use that and my husband doesn't even notice the lack of ham in the scalloped potatoes (I'm vegetarian).
I've bought it in Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, DC, Virginia, and Florida.
I don't use LoL at all. I've reacted to it several times, but I suspect soy or latex contamination, not peanut.
ygg

Posted on: Sat, 04/19/2003 - 1:32am
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I'd love it if you would share your scalloped potatoes recipe with me.
Peg

Posted on: Sat, 04/19/2003 - 5:30am
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Quote:Originally posted by krasota:
[b]I love Cabot's Smoked Cheddar. Mmmm, I use that and my husband doesn't even notice the lack of ham in the scalloped potatoes (I'm vegetarian).
I've bought it in Indiana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, DC, Virginia, and Florida.
[/b]
I'm in Indiana but have never seen Cabot cheese anywhere. Can you tell me where you bought it?
Gale

Posted on: Tue, 11/16/2004 - 12:08am
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FWIW, I called today, 11/15/04, concerning thier Snack'n cheese To-Go and was told that they are made on dedicated lines, so no risk of cross contamination. She said they only thing they couldnt guarantee was processed cheese b/c it contains ingredients from other manufacturers, but all their natural cheeses were safe.
She was very nice, answered on the 2nd ring (no automated menu to get through), understood why I was calling and was just generally helpful.

Posted on: Tue, 11/16/2004 - 12:23am
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Wow! I used the Cabot storefinder link, and it says that the Walmarts in Nebraska carry Cabot. That's great news. Thanks so much for the link.

Posted on: Wed, 01/26/2005 - 5:45am
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i called Kellers butter, here in harleysville PA and they say they are safe.

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