wilton baking products

Posted on: Tue, 02/12/2002 - 6:02am
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I posted this on the manufacturers' board but thought it would be helpful here. May be redundant info., but I always like recent info!

I contacted Wilton by email and thought I would share my correspondence with you all. I do not have a name but the second response seems pretty clear that they use seperate lines, not a seperate facility, however. Here are my questions and responses.
< wrote:
> Thank you for visiting our web site! Our edible
> products are not made on
> the same lines as nut products but we cannot
> guarantee a nut free
> environment.
> Let us know if you need additional information.
>
>> Sent: Sunday, February 10, 2002 2:59 PM
> To: [email]info@wilton.com[/email]
> Subject: manufacturing procedures
>
> Hi. I have a peanut(and tree nut, and egg) allergic
> child. I am interrested in making chocolate treats
> for her so that I know they are safe. I am
> interrested mainly in your line of "premium" melting
> chocolates, but any and all products. Are they made
> on nut free equipment? I do notice that there is a
> peanut butter flavor candy melt, so am concerned
> about
> the use of shared equipment for making melts.
> Thankyou for any allergy related information you can
> provide to me.>>

Hope this is helpful. becca

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