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Specific Food Allergies > Seed Allergy

Safe food list for sesame/peanut/tree nut: US Specific(08/02/10)

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admin rebekahc:
Posted: 09.17.2010 at 08:48:16
sorry my list isn't organized! :misspeak:

French's plain and brown mustard
plain Cheerios
Rice Chex
Utz chips and tortilla chips (read label because some flavors are not safe)
Andes thin mints
Muir Glen pasta sauce, salsa and other tomato products
Old El Paso taco sauce and salsa
Cascadian Farms french fries, onion rings and other potato products
Goldfish crackers (except chocolate covered ones)
Progresso canned soups
Flintstones vitamins (some have coconut)
Bush's Baked Beans-all flavors
Progresso & Bush's canned beans
Betty Crocker potatoes-scalloped, mashed, etc.
Kikkoman soy sauce brewed in Walworth, WI only
Bigelow teas
Lindsey black olives
Berrio olive oil
Vlasic pickles--all flavors
Hershey's chocolate chips

Last Edited by PascalTheCat 09.18.2010 at 09:35:24

**allergic to PN, hazelnut, macadamia nut, sesame, mango, NSAIDs, aspirin, tylenol, surgical tape, nickel**
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admin rebekahc:
Posted: 10.11.2010 at 02:45:01

Tortinos Pizza rolls do not contain penauts, tree nuts, sesame seeds or flax seeds. Just got a call back from them this morning.

admin rebekahc:

[ Guest ]K
Posted: 10.20.2010 at 07:57:37
I did not check for nuts/peanuts, but I was told that Aunt Millie's breads with a code A are CURRENTLY made in a sesame free facility.  The code is on the package followed by about 8 numbers.  All other codes are not safe.

I don't know how safe code A is in terms of cross-contam risk. 

I would suggest that anybody interested contact them to confirm safety info.

admin rebekahc:
[ Guest ]K
Posted: 10.20.2010 at 08:16:24

This might also be an option:


I checked that this was ok for sesame a while back (not sure about nuts).  Processing procedures can change, so people would want to contact the company to confirm safety info.


I have noticed that more and more companies are labeling for sesame that is an intentional ingredient although some are better than others about controlling cross-contam risks.

General Mills and Kraft and Amy's have been doing it for a while, but I was told that even companies like Mars and ConAgra have started to label for intentional sesame (I'm not saying I trust the companies for safety because they each handle cross-contam and suppliers differently, but I'm happy to see more companies labeling for obvious sesame).


--- Quote from: admin rebekahc on September 09, 2011, 04:49:49 PM ---joshsmom
Posted: 08.02.2010 at 10:09:39
Frito Lay chips (Lays, Tostitos, Rold Gold pretzels, etc.)

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I was told that one type of their chips now contain sesame.

--- Quote from: AdminCM on August 22, 2011, 02:10:01 PM ---<<please note that the original date of this thread is 08/02/10.  Information regarding safety can and DOES change rapidly, particularly in restaurants.>>

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