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Mfrs. & Packaged Food / Re: yoplait yogurt
« Last post by my3guys on Today at 04:03:56 PM »
Ughhh. We are big yoplait eaters here. I will call when I can.
After this weekend's home food challenge, DD is now eating Cantaloupe and Pineapple!!!!!

Huge!  Huge!

Her list is shrinking!  We will challenge Pistachio at the allergist's office in June.

I do wonder what will happen if she ever stops getting allergy shots.
Mfrs. & Packaged Food / Re: yoplait yogurt
« Last post by rebekahc on Today at 02:05:32 PM »
You might look into Greek Gods yogurt.  I haven't had any in a while (I don't need the calories), but the Honey Vanilla flavor was soooo yummy and indulgent.  On their website, I don't see anything nutty, but I haven't called them in years.  FYI, it's Greek (style) yogurt and not really Greek yogurt - some people take exception to their misleading name, but being used to reading labels, I knew it wasn't actual Greek yogurt when I was buying it.  I simply bought it as a treat because it tasted so good.


Mfrs. & Packaged Food / Re: yoplait yogurt
« Last post by alliedhealth on Today at 12:13:27 PM »
I tried to ask that question several times. The impression I was left with from the rep I spoke to was that there is no way of finding out due to multiple manufacturing plants and that they might....I am hoping someone else can inquire as this would be a big loss if that is the case. Need suggestions for alternate yogurts if so- trying to feed teen age endurance athlete extra calories and protein
Mfrs. & Packaged Food / Re: yoplait yogurt
« Last post by gvmom on Today at 11:09:05 AM »
Just seeing this.

Do you know if they process their regular yogurt on the same lines as the mousse products?

I hate when companies do this sort of cr@p. 
Mfrs. & Packaged Food / Re: Enjoy Life - sold to Mondelez
« Last post by hezzier on Today at 10:50:39 AM »
I decided to place an order for their new grain and seed bars to see if the kids liked them.  I ordered their grab and go Seed and Fruit Mix as well.  So shipment arrives quickly...the Beach Bash grab & go's packaging had issues.  The vertical back seem did not seal properly so all the packages are open.  I left a message yesterday and heard nothing back.  I have left a second message today.  We shall see if anyone calls me back today.  What horrible customer service!

So beware if you are buying any enjoy life products, check the back seems to make sure they are sealed.  I've had this problem with their chocolate chips as well when I buy them at the grocery store...I actually now inspect the seem before I put them in my cart.
Main Discussion Board / Re: Enjoy Life Crunchy Cookies
« Last post by hezzier on Today at 10:49:22 AM »
Sorry I didn't see this post was about a reaction.  I will move my complaint about their packaging.
Main Discussion Board / Re: Enjoy Life Crunchy Cookies
« Last post by hezzier on Today at 10:45:33 AM »
moved post to more appropriate thread
Traveling & Restaurants / Re: New Orleans
« Last post by ctmartin on Today at 07:37:09 AM »
Sorry ... I meant egg.  Good luck ... very tasty!  Mona Lisa's in the French Qtr is also a fun place ... check them out as well.  We also ate safely at Cochon Butcher, which is right around the corner from the Children's Museum (don't know how old your son is?).  And finally, if he is OK with baked egg ... Cafe Du Mond for Beignets.  We are PN/Sesame but also avoid all nuts and shellfish (but are not terribly worried about Xcontam with them).  We are VERY careful ... just wanted to add that, so I would not have chosen these restaurants if I did not think they "got it" WRT food allergies.
Traveling & Restaurants / Re: New Orleans
« Last post by DoubleAs on Yesterday at 07:54:54 PM »
Thank you! I emailed Dat Dog to check about the egg allergy fingers crossed!
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