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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:01 pm 
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Hi everyone,

While shopping at our local Superstore, I came across some peanut/nut free cookies in the bakery section. Of course when I saw them I purchased about 5 packages(always afraid it's a one time thing). They come in Chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin. They are delicious and my kids love them.

The company that makes them is Treasure Mills www.treasuremills.com. I have contacted them to find out where I can purchase their other products and they replied that we can purchase their breads from them directly but you have to buy a case and their brownies and cakes will be selling soon in Loblaws and Superstore.

I have emailed her back to find out prices and if I can also purchase the brownies and cakes directly from them as well.

Anyway I thought I would let you know, I am constantly on the search for these type of products.:D

Take care,

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7 year old daughter-Allergic to Peanuts/Nuts
6 year old son-No allergies
4 year old daughter-No allergies


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 Post subject: ALSO SESAME SEED FREE
PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 12:08 pm 
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Oops sorry, I forgot to mention that some of their products are also dairy, Egg, Soya free. All their products are Sesame free as well. :D

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7 year old daughter-Allergic to Peanuts/Nuts
6 year old son-No allergies
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Hi Carla,
We've bought their bread from them directly! They have a reallly nice multigrain bread that has flax & sunflower seeds. Really nice.

The last time I went I bought 2 cases - 1 whole wheat & 1 multigrain and I think for the two cases it was about $70ish They're prices vary depending on the type of bread you get. Also - make sure you have enough stuff to wrap it yourself at home! They come in 1 big box and all the bread is in 1 big plastic bag. Not sure if it would freeze well that way. You also have to slice it yourself.

It's good bread though - we really like it:)

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4ye old DD allergic to sesame, peanut, raw egg , and mulitple environmental & seasonal allergies

2 yr old DS -no known allergies!


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 7:21 pm 
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Thanks for the info and tip regarding storage and wrapping! I can't wait to pick some up! :D

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7 year old daughter-Allergic to Peanuts/Nuts
6 year old son-No allergies
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