Do you have more information about Nestlé chocolate chips? When I spoke to Nestles about the snacks, they told me that some snacks that were made in accordance with the peanut-contamination possibility were called peanut-printing. For example, snacks with milk chocolate contain traces of peanuts as the last ingredient. I was also told that the semi-sweet snack was NOT made in a peanut-contaminated linen.
Did the report you've seen the damage the Nestlé information?
For years we use half-sweet snacks without problems. CHOC milk the chips had indicated the traces of the peanuts, the nest SEMI-SWEET CHOC. CHUNKS showed the peanut roll, but the CHOC SEMI-SWEET. NOT INDICATED traces of peanuts. SEMI-SWEET must be called EQUAL. Thanks for the warning.
I had used the Nestle mini snacks, I had even bought chocolate for Christmas, which I would give away, not my son, who was allergic to 9-year-old peanuts. I spoke with Nestle today, all snacks will have a label soon. She does not recommend the power as safe, especially for people with a high score.
It seems that one day they hope not to have the label on products once they have discovered that they are safe again. I have talked to Bakers Bittersweet and learned that it is still safe. Does anyone know how to make the half-sweet? Baker without sugar, which is also safe. Philadelphia cream cheese is not in a special line.
To remind you that the Vermont Nut Free Chocolate Company makes chocolate chips (dairy and semi-sweets) and that they are great. It costs a bit more and you have to pay for shipping, but my friend gets angry every time I bake chocolate cookies with Vermont chips.
I think they are better than any other chip I've tried! Tonight I'm going to melt some of the chips to make chocolate covered Christmas cookies! Happy holidays for everyone! What do you mean, that Philadelphia cream cheese is not in a clear row? What could be done on this rule?
Do you avoid this product? What I want to say is that they have a cream cheese that is particularly preferred, one is a honey nut (walnut) and they have favorite cream cheese. These are made on the same line as the plane with the washed machines before they start again normally. You cannot be sure that it is completely clean, with a fence.
My son is allergic to tree nut and the allergist limits it to every strawberry. The allergy of my son to pecan has increased last year because I bought a brand of vanilla ice cream that was once made from the walnut area and processed into a box that kept away from the nuts.
However, the company changed that line by adding nuts and then peanuts and I did not do enough research to discover this until I saw my favorite ice cream in the store in boxes of the same shape. My allergy status is not really insurance insurance that is currently on the market, so I am becoming a son.
The rule I use is the monthly check at the company, but I buy a lot of the same insurance products and check it again before buying the next big batch of this food.
Does anyone know anything about chocolate chips from Ghirardelli or Guittard?
We ate Nestle forever and never had a problem. We use Guittard since the Toll House has changed its label without problems. I spoke with Guittard last year and they told me that his chocolate is safe.
I also ordered chocolates from Vermont and they are great. Lori, if you want, I have more orders from Vermont and I should get them in a few days and you can try them out.
We have already ordered chips from Vermont Nut twice this month! Patti baked chocolate cookies for our party a few days before Christmas, but I ate them all (they were delicious). I had to ask for more chips to do more!
They came quickly and we had more cookies for the Christmas party! Thanks to Mark and Gail at Vermont Nut Free Chocolates! Today I called Ghirardelli and Guittard. I had to leave a message for Ghiradelli, but I spoke to a Guittard woman who told me that her factory does not have nuts. Which concept?
We should all buy our chips (unless I already buy from Vermont Nut Company). It is easier for me because they are in my supermarket. I searched for safe chocolate chips to bake and knew that Nestle was not safe.
I just read that Baker (Kraft) was also insecure. I never read the warnings about the ingredients. Does anyone know where chocolate chocolate comes from Vermont and why is it safe? I assume I will check the website.
The cost does not matter if you can really enjoy the food. ChristineMS: Why do you say that Nestlé is not safe? I used Ghirardelli to dip the strawberries in chocolate last weekend, but I'm not sure if I'll use them again because they were made in an installation with a free drawer, but not in a walnut plant.