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I have to say that I am extremely disappointed in Nabisco's labeling of its products. Madison had to bring in a treat for her birthday, and one of the children in her class has a peanut allergy. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine how difficult it was going to be to find a snack.  Most of the companies out there do label their products clearly. For example, one of the companies had the allergy products listed in bold.  Other companies listed that their product had wheat, soy, or peanuts (or possible trace of peanut product) separately below the ingredient list.  The store's bakery products even had a separate listing to make it easier on the consumer!  Nabisco did not.  I was afraid to buy any of the Nabisco products due to me taking the chance that I was missing peanuts being listed.  They lost a sale from me and who knows how many other people due to not being able to tell what products may effect those who have an allergies.

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  1. I appreciate you trying to find a snack that is safe for a classmate with allergies. As a mother of a boy with a severe peanut allergy, it's hard when he has to be left out. I agree that both Nabisco and Kraft are terrible as far as labeling goes. I hope they change soon!

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