Quaker now makes their \"chewy\" ganola bars in Peanut Free facility

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 3:38am
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This is Canadian info.

I just bought a box of their Apple fruit crumble Chewy Granola bars and they are yummy!! The box has a big red banner saying that they are made in a peanut free facility. Five more flavours will be out by the end of April.

I called Quaker today and was told that there is a section of the factory that makes a cereal with almonds but that area is walled off with closed doors, all workers have to change and wash their clothes after being in that section. Almonds are added in a special, locked area by only one person. So, it sounds like a precautions are in place.

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Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 4:35am
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Do you know if Quaker uses any other tree nuts besides almonds? DD is becoming reactive to more nuts now, and I have never bought these for her because of the almonds, and now she is PA as well. She will be glad to be able to eat a different granola bar (safely).

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 5:01am
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It's been ages since I even looked at those, but I used to buy them all the time. But I know they used to have a PB flavor (I ate them often before DS). Have they discontinued the PB flavor, or is it in another facility? I'm going to have check these out next time I shop. Sounds too good to be true, but I'm very happy about the news.

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 5:19am
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Is this US or Canada or both? OP-you're from Canada right?
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Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 5:19am
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Q's Mommy, you're Canadian, aren't you? Wow! That would be GREAT!
I have to go to the grocer this evening, so I'll see if I can find some.
Just really super.
Oh, do you know if they will have a "may contain traces of tree nuts" warning on them?
Just super stuff though. I'm happy. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 5:53am
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Hooray!! Thanks for letting us know!

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 7:11am
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I am in Canada, sorry forgot to mention that, I was so excited.
The facility is completely peanut free, so no peanut butter ones are made. The only tree nut is in almond cereal and it is made in a seperate location (room), behind walls, doors completely away from where the granula bars are processed. The person I spoke to said that the cereal is made in this other location and the almonds are added to it in another sepereate room. Any
They do not say "may contain traces of treenut". Probably because the almond is know where near the granola bars, in a completely different room, different staff etc..
Hope that helps.
If you have any doubts give Quaker a call, the lady I spoke to was very helpful.
Ali

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 7:59am
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thanks. ive been wondering how im going to order the nonuttin ones. maybe i can hold off on it and try quaker. great info.

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 8:20am
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DD will be happy. She is getting tired of Special K bars. And these are something that all 3 kids can eat, no more 'these are for ...'.

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 9:14am
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Are these safe in US? Haven't bothered to check these lately. Has anyone seen these safe in US? Would be great if we could get these!

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 10:08am
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If this is the case in the US too, we would be thrilled. We also buy Special K bars every time we are the grocery store, but we miss the real granola bars.
I love that companies are starting to understand how little things like this help so many people!!!

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 5:28pm
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The quaker chewy granola bars at walmart all have a may contain label. They also sold peanut butter flavored ones. This is in the US. I suspect this is only going to be a Canadian thing.
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Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 11:09pm
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Found the apple ones at my A&P in Ottawa last night. Big red Peanut free label and each individual bar is also labeled. The back of the box shows they will be bringing out 6 flavours, and the box ad notes "lunch box friendly".
My daughter was thrilled and is taking one to school to show the other PA girl there and one to gymnastics to show the other PA gymnast. They are also egg free, so safe for our house.
Hooray!
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Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 11:31pm
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Just wanted to let you know that there are still the old boxes on the shelves that have a may contain warning. The new boxes have a big red banner that says peanut free.
Ali

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 11:36pm
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That's great news! Now, if only the US would follow you Canadaians, we'd all be happy and safe!! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Tue, 04/04/2006 - 11:39pm
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oh so this is only in canada??

Posted on: Wed, 04/05/2006 - 12:00am
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Im guessing, Canadaian ONLY.
AFAIK, the Quaker graonla bars (10 pk/box) STILL have the PB versions.
When I bought the boxes last yr, Id opoen it up and grab the 2 PB ones for work. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
It's been a yr though... and Sara doesnt like the other ones anymore, so they are al out, I guess [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Wed, 04/05/2006 - 12:20am
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went to their website and they still list lots of peanut butter and butterfinger flavors. said nothing about new peanut free label or anything. i emailed them.

Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 2:54am
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I found the apple crumble flavor at Walmart in Montreal, Quebec yesterday. The box has a huge red banner at the bottom with a "peanut-free" label on it and also a picture of a peanut with a red line across the peanut, which my kids get very excited about when they see!!
The other flavors will be out at the end of April and we can't wait to try them all. Very exciting to have a real granola bar to eat. These are great tasting too.

Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 3:43am
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I knew it was too good to be true. Canada only, huh?

Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 6:47am
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called number for US. the guy i spoke to has no idea if they are going to make a nut free facility. he told me they label for allergens and i told him that my son cant eat any of their granola bars!

Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 9:06am
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Quote:Originally posted by DebO:
[b]They are also egg free, so safe for our house.
Hooray!
deb[/b]
I don't feel confident that I'll get the answer I want but are they milk free as well? I would make plans to travel to BC for those if so! We'd love more milk, egg, nut/peanut free shelf stable options!
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Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 10:33am
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I picked up two flavors at our Safeway today - Apple Crumble & Rocky Road! AND they were on sale buy one get one free which helps cause they're $3.89/box of 8. There is a HUGE red banner across the whole front of the box stating peanut free. Love It!
Sorry Jana - both boxes I got say contains milk ingredients.

Posted on: Thu, 04/06/2006 - 1:10pm
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wow.. this is great!
so I can finally eat Quaker granola bars! so glad that so many companies have decided to go offer nut-free/peanut-free products! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]

Posted on: Fri, 04/07/2006 - 8:55am
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RE: Quaker Chewy Granola Bars , REF.# 025677815A
Chris:
We do our best to provide accurate information so that you can make informed choices about the products you purchase.
Our allergen policy at The Quaker Oats Company states that any of our food products that contain the most commonly allergenic foods (peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish, fish, egg, wheat, milk and soy) will include these allergens in the ingredient statement.
We have implemented a program that highlights any of these allergens from the ingredient list in a 'contains' statement in consumer friendly language to assist all consumers in identifying products containing known allergens. Furthermore, if we feel that the product poses a potential health risk from incidental exposure to these top 8 allergens, we will put a precautionary statement (may contain) on the label. Therefore, we suggest you carefully review the ingredients listed on all product labels if there is anything in particular you wish to avoid in your diet.
Our ingredient suppliers provide information according to the requirements of federal law and Quaker criteria. Unfortunately, the federal labeling laws are not designed to indicate the presence of sesame oil or seeds. For example, "Natural flavor" ingredients may be made from sesame oil or seeds, but the supplier is not required to disclose it to us.
We apologize that all of the information you requested is not available. We thank you for your interest in our products and hope this information is helpful.
Rashana
Quaker Consumer Response

Posted on: Sun, 04/09/2006 - 8:03am
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I found one flavour out of maybe five or six flavours yesterday in the store that was "safe". LOVE the "peanut free" logo on the front - so big and bold. It must have been the apple like everyone else has found so far in Canada.
My daughter asked if one other kind was going to become safe as well because she absolutely loves that flavour (has been trading food at school - believe me, I am NOT pleased).
My guy just kinda looked at them and I know it's another one of those things that certainly we'll like to have in our home (my daughter and I) and knowing Jesse, I mean, Jesse being Jesse, he won't like them. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/frown.gif[/img]
But no, GREAT packaging. I figure once they sell out the other flavours, all of the new ones should be on the shelf. I'll keep looking. Not a bad price either. Forget how many per box, but priced at $2.49.
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Posted on: Sun, 04/09/2006 - 1:42pm
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All I can find so far are the apple ones - which DD won't eat. Hopefuly the other flavours show up in my stores soon.

Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 12:44am
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I have found Apple Crumble, Rocky Road and S'more at the SuperCentres. The other stores (A&P, NoFrills) only had the Apple so far. DS likes them all, so do I [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 12:45am
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thats a great price. a whole box for 2.49, the nonuttin are that price for two bars. will order someday when the bills subside.

Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 5:23am
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Is there a source to order them?
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Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 8:28am
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We bought some today, the apple crumble ones, and our pa/tna girls loved them. They especially liked the fact that they were labled so well....they love the peanut with the line through it (they're 3 & 5).
I'm guessing Quaker realized they were losing out on the school snack thing by not providing a peanut free option. Good for them.
Cheers, Gilli

Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 9:52am
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I scooted into the store to-day (I do everyday but anyway) and I can't tell you how happy I was in the aisle with these granola bars when I realized how HUGE the "peanut free" label is on the front of the box. I'm just really pleased.
Q's Mommy, you lucky woman! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] Sounds like you got some of the kinds that my daughter is interested in. I suspect that my local store is just waiting to run out of old stock (including the pb one).
No, I'm happy. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
tidina, if you have any Canadian contacts off-the-board you could always see if someone could send you some. I know that for a couple of years at least we had a really successful Smarties thing going. Jeez, now I'm thinking the Smarties thing died because we weren't supposed to ship food into America anymore, but then it was okay to do it again. It probably is okay. Worth checking out though.
Someone in Canada had priced a No Nuttin' bar (remember they're a lot more than peanut free though) at about $1.69 each - so yes, pricey, especially if you order a carton and it turns out the PA child hates them!
I did enjoy their samples though and can't knock them.
Yes, also, I think that Quaker realized that people were buying other bars instead and losing some customers. Just great stuff.
Perhaps we should send them kudos?
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Posted on: Mon, 04/10/2006 - 9:57am
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my son loved the samples, i didnt even taste them. they do give suggestions on where else to get their bars but with the shipping you pay more money for less bars. its better to get them from nonuttin.com. they sent me a free shipping card with my samples. i keep asking my husband when we can order them. by the start of school year will be good or im going to split with someone.

Posted on: Tue, 04/11/2006 - 7:14am
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I found the Rocky Road ones at WalMart today. DD saw them on the counter and asked if she could eat them. When her brothers came to see what see was getting (at ages 19,17 and 13!) DD said 'these are for me - you guys always get to eat all the other kinds - I've never had a granola bar before.'

Posted on: Tue, 04/11/2006 - 8:21am
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Quote:Originally posted by lmw:
[b]I've never had a granola bar before.'[/b]
I know, very cool, eh? Knowing my guy, he won't like them, but at least I can have them in the house for my daughter and I. My son doesn't even like the Nutrigrain Bars. Oh, he does like the Frosted Flake and Fruit Loop bars. I just have this feeling that he's not going to like them - that I'm so thrilled about something and he won't like it anyway, but I do know my daughter likes them and would enjoy having them in the house.
Great stuff! I might be popping into No Frills tomorrow (different than my usual grocery store), so I'll try to remember to check on them.
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Wed, 04/12/2006 - 2:05am
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$1.99 a box GREAT deal at my local Independent.

Posted on: Wed, 04/12/2006 - 6:25am
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I am going to Canada this weekend for easter & will be stocking up on my safe groc's
If anyone needs us to pick some up for them & mail them here in the States its no trouble to me. & we could set up a paypal thing for costs & prioritymail so that I won't have to deal with the packaging materials. I can pick up choc. bars & dare cookies too. Just email me.
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kkeene-I sent you an email. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Posted on: Wed, 04/12/2006 - 10:30am
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so these are peanut/tree nut free? can someone read the label and let me know if theres natural or artificial flavoring because that could mean sesame and we are avoiding sesame. do canadian products have to list sesame. i would love some products picked up for me too. can you get nonuttin bars?
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Does anyone have a website for Canadian Quaker products that lists their products & ingrdient labels???
I emailed them & I am waiting to hear back from them.
For those of you interested in other Canadian products please see the following links & lt me know what you would like
[url="http://www.darefoods.com/home.aspx?lang=en-gb"]http://www.darefoods.com/home.aspx?lang=en-gb[/url]
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[url="http://www.nestle.ca/en/Products/Browse_by_Category/Chocolates/Chocolate"]http://www.nestle.ca/en/Products/Browse_by_Category/Chocolates/Chocolate[/url]

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I was interested to see the new peanut free Quaker chewy granola bars in
the grocery store , THEN I read the label. Coconut oil, partially hydrogenated cottonseed oil,
trans fats, sulphites, artificial flavour, preservatives? This addresses my child

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i try to avoid coconut oil.

Posted on: Sun, 04/16/2006 - 11:11am
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My PA/TNA DD loves these. No coconut allergy for us, so thankfully she now has a new snack to take to school.

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Do you know if Quaker uses any other tree nuts besides almonds? DD is becoming reactive to more nuts now, and I have never bought these for her because of the almonds, and now she is PA as well. She will be glad to be able to eat a different granola bar (safely).

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It's been ages since I even looked at those, but I used to buy them all the time. But I know they used to have a PB flavor (I ate them often before DS). Have they discontinued the PB flavor, or is it in another facility? I'm going to have check these out next time I shop. Sounds too good to be true, but I'm very happy about the news.

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Is this US or Canada or both? OP-you're from Canada right?
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Q's Mommy, you're Canadian, aren't you? Wow! That would be GREAT!
I have to go to the grocer this evening, so I'll see if I can find some.
Just really super.
Oh, do you know if they will have a "may contain traces of tree nuts" warning on them?
Just super stuff though. I'm happy. [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
Best wishes! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]
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Hooray!! Thanks for letting us know!

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I am in Canada, sorry forgot to mention that, I was so excited.
The facility is completely peanut free, so no peanut butter ones are made. The only tree nut is in almond cereal and it is made in a seperate location (room), behind walls, doors completely away from where the granula bars are processed. The person I spoke to said that the cereal is made in this other location and the almonds are added to it in another sepereate room. Any
They do not say "may contain traces of treenut". Probably because the almond is know where near the granola bars, in a completely different room, different staff etc..
Hope that helps.
If you have any doubts give Quaker a call, the lady I spoke to was very helpful.
Ali

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thanks. ive been wondering how im going to order the nonuttin ones. maybe i can hold off on it and try quaker. great info.

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DD will be happy. She is getting tired of Special K bars. And these are something that all 3 kids can eat, no more 'these are for ...'.

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