Re: snack problem at gym daycare
- From: Ericka Kammerer <eek@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 17:03:01 -0500
Anne Rogers wrote:
Oops, silly me, totally missed the "gym" in the header.
They probably won't provide snacks in that case. So, I'll back
up to the Trader Joe's recommendation if they come down on the
side of strict interpretation.
hadn't occured to me that Trader Joe's would have such things, after all, they do sell nuts, that happens to be where I did buy the snack on the day I had to provide it at preschool.
Oh, yes. They have lots of very peanut-free snacks.
That's where our preschool actually buys some of the snacks
I don't know whether it's a legal requirement to state if something is made in the same factory as something that is made with nuts, or packages nuts, either here or in the UK, but it would seem to me that entirely nut free factories are going to be something of a rarity and are likely to have prices as such. Do Trader Joe's have a nut free factory? or exclusion zone or something?
Their things come from all sorts of different suppliers.
As far as I know, they don't actually do much of any manufacturing.
I haven't had much trouble finding completely nut-free products.
Yes, there are lots of things you can't get, but at least I've
still found plenty of things I *can* get.