Tasted: It’s Nut Free Chewy Tropical Fruit Oaty Breakfast Cereal By Nut-allergy Alexis A good breakfast for the health conscious – others in the range will appeal more to children.
By Nut-allergy Alexis Tesco have caused a bit of a furore recently by changing some of their allergy labelling. Their labelling has long been rather controversial with nut allergy sufferers, as it individually specifies whether the recipe uses nuts, whether the ingredients have a risk of contamination with nuts, or whether the factory uses nuts. Continue reading “‘Also’ Adds to the Nut Confusion at Tesco”
By Martin Isark Shopping online takes away the hassle, but it also enables you to shop in supermarkets where you wouldn’t be seen dead pushing your trolley! So savvy surfers – check out how the supermarkets surf up…
By Nut-allergy Alexis Nut free dark chocolate that suits adults with dairy or nut allergies, ethically produced. It may be rich in antioxidants, but claims this makes it ‘health positive’ should be taken with a pinch of salt.
By Nut-allergy Alexis These It’s Nut Free Belgian plain chocolate drops are great for baking and as a topping; but as a snack – diabetes looms!
By Nut-allergy Alexis A great snack for the lunchbox; light, crunchy and tasty with chocolate that is not overwhelming.
By Nut-allergy Alexis A great lunchtime snack for kids: tasty but not an unhealthy treat.
By Nut-allergy Alexis A very rich and dense chocolate snack; imagine a highly concentrated fruit malt loaf. Tasty and not for gulping down quickly.
By Nut allergy Alexis I’ve tasted Plamil Carob Confection… should you put a pack in the trolley or leave it on the shelf?
By Nut-allergy Alexis One of the difficulties when shopping is trying to work out which disclaimers may or may not be necessary.