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Entenmanns : donuts, cakes, etc - (Read 906 Times)
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 27th, 2011 at 04:23 pm

Hi all. I'm still new to the world of PA, and my list of "safe" foods is still very, very small. Recently though, after reading the labeling on this cake, I bought it. It says it contains soy, and that it was made on shared equipment with coconut. Initially I was fine with that. But now I'm second guessing myself.

I know it's up to me to make the decision, in the end; but would YOU? trust it? Have you had Entenmanns before? Was your experience good or bad?

ETA: PA only, but for the most part I avoid TN as well.
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 27th, 2011 at 07:53 pm

I went searching their web-site and found this. (bold added by me)

What is your guidance on allergenic ingredients for highly sensitive consumers?

We assure you that we adhere to Good Manufacturing Practices as established by the FDA. We take abundant precaution to prevent cross contact of allergenic ingredients between batches and, our bakeries are inspected to ensure that they meet or exceed all regulatory and baking industry standards. We understand that highly sensitive consumers need to know when there is even the remotest possibility of inadvertent cross contact of allergenic ingredients during processing. To that end we disclose that the following allergenic ingredients are used in some of our manufacturing facilities and that inadvertent cross contact is remotely possible: milk, eggs, soy, almonds, walnuts, peanuts and hazelnuts (filberts). Wheat is used in all of our facilities and all of our products as an ingredient. Please refer to ingredient labels on our products for full disclosure of the ingredients used in that product.

Based on that....no, I wouldn't eat it.
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 27th, 2011 at 08:01 pm

They do label for shared facility. That said, I agree with SilverLining, I wouldn't eat their baked goods if I had PA or tree nut allergies.

My daughter has peanut and tree nut allergies, and I will never let her eat Entemann's stuff.
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Post Icon Posted: Jul 28th, 2011 at 10:34 am

I think it really depends on which facility the items come from. I can't remember if they use factory codes or what, though. If it's a product you'd like to try, I'd suggest calling Entenmann's and seeing if it was made in one of the PN free facilities.
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