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Specific Food Allergies > Soy Allergy

Foods / Companies to Watch or Avoid: due to soy (surprise sources)

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admin rebekahc:
Willow
Member
Posted: 10.13.2007 at 09:52:15

I generally don't buy enjoy life products either---I have issues with flax. i think their bars have sunflower seeds in them or something.
 
i have tried their ginger cookies--i will eat them on the rare occasion, although i don't do so well with xanthan gum (probably because it is usually derived from corn) and sometimes have issues with sorghum flour.
 
anyways--the chocolate chips. (i think i failed to mention that they just make chocolate chips as opposed to chocolate bars or cocoa powder.) I'm in Ontario---sometimes the chocolate chips are in Zehr's (a grocery store chain--but I'm pretty sure you don't have that store in the US). If you have a Whole Foods near you, you might try them--they sell them in the Whole Foods stores in Ontario.
 
If you find a store that sells some Enjoy Life products but not the chocolate chips, you might be able to ask them to order the chocolate chips for you. They have very few ingredients--if I remember correctly, all that's in them is cocoa, cocoa butter, sugar.

Last Edited by Willow 10.14.2007 at 06:41:47

Canada

admin rebekahc:
Posted: 10.13.2007 at 10:04:47

10.13.2007 at 09:52:15, Willow wrote:

--- Quote ---........ they might be willing to ask them to order the chocolate chips for you.
--- End quote ---

You're right!!!  And yes, it's the chocolate chips I never have.  I just take the bars and crunch pieces off with a knife but I always wished I had chips. 


 

admin rebekahc:
Wnt2BSoyFree
Member
Posted: 10.18.2007 at 08:49:25

I have found 2 Enjoy Life products at a local Kroger store. Unfortunately, I can't get them to carry the chocolate chips or the cookies  >:( (filled out a request and no one ever called or ordered them)
 
Update: 6/1/08 - Kroger finally ordered the chips!! I got about four bags before they doubled the price. Now the regular size bags are almost $6.00 each!!  :banghead:

Last Edited by Wnt2BSoyFree 06.01.2008 at 04:18:27

Allergies: Who the heck knows any more

"Some people take Zoloft, Paxil, or Welbutrin to feel normal - I take Claritin, Singulair, Benadryl, & EpiPens." ~Wnt2BSoyFree
 
USA

admin rebekahc:
Wnt2BSoyFree
Member
Posted: 05.28.2008 at 11:02:00
 
New one to add to the list (and wow, what a shock  :o )

CountryTime Lemonade & Pink Lemonade
Soy Lecithin

Also watch out for:

Food Lion Macaroni & Cheese

Hunt's Snack Packs Pudding
Soybean Oil

Last Edited by Wnt2BSoyFree 05.28.2008 at 11:03:57

Allergies: Who the heck knows any more

"Some people take Zoloft, Paxil, or Welbutrin to feel normal - I take Claritin, Singulair, Benadryl, & EpiPens." ~Wnt2BSoyFree
 
USA

admin rebekahc:
Wnt2BSoyFree
Member
Posted: 06.01.2008 at 04:27:54

Food Lion's generic cool whip

Have I mentioned that most of Food Lion's generic foods scare me?

Allergies: Who the heck knows any more

"Some people take Zoloft, Paxil, or Welbutrin to feel normal - I take Claritin, Singulair, Benadryl, & EpiPens." ~Wnt2BSoyFree
 
USA

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