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Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Nut-Free (not dairy-free) Chocolate

Every since I have realized I have a peanut allergy, I have really struggled to find chocolate that isn't processed with nuts.  Guess what I just learned?  Hershey's kisses may just be my answer to nut-free chocolate.  They claim on their website that all chocolate is clearly labeled with allergens.  And I picked up some kisses last week at the store that didn't list peanuts or tree nuts anywhere.  Could it be?  I am still hopeful our daughter will outgrow this milk allergy, but outgrowing the peanut allergy is pretty unlikely.  I post this here because I try to help all of those out there with food allergies because it's the only way we can help each other.

Anyone have any experience with Hershey Kisses being peanut free and tree nut free?

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