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Old 10-31-2013, 02:07 PM   #1
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Best Bread in Orlando for Peanut Allergy

Hi, Leaving tomorrow for Disney I will be going to Publix for a few things. My son has a Peanut and Tree Allergy, what is the best bread to get? I know I can bring bread from home, but I also know it will get crushed, we are flying. So If you have a Peanut and Tree nut Allergy what bread do you use>


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Old 11-02-2013, 12:11 AM   #2
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What type of bread are you looking for?
If it's plain white bread, those don't contain peanuts and most of those are made in plants that don't use any peanuts/tree nuts.

If it's some kind of whole grain bread, some of those do t have nuts as an ingredient, but are made in plants that use nuts. So, they could contain small amounts of nuts accidentally.

Do you have a brand at home that is a national brand? If so, it is probably also sold in Orlando.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:09 AM   #3
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My son has a gluten and high fructose corn syrup, along with others. We buy Rudi's Original for him. The loaf says it's nut free. It's found in the freezer section.

http://www.rudisbakery.com/gluten-fr...duct/original/
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I use Pepperidge Farms Farm House bread-white, wheat, or oatmeal.
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We always order groceries from gardengrocer.com. My DD has a peanut/tree nut allergy and we always buy "store brand" white and wheat bread. We've also bought Thomas and Pepperidge Farm bagels.
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I realize its a little late to be much of a help to the OP but the Kings Hawaiian Rolls are that are sold at Publix, usually in the deli section on a endcap, and come in subroll size , hamburger bun, and sandwich rolls , are safe. They have sweet bread and buttery and are all peanut and tree nut safe. They come in small 4 packs and larger sizes. If you call the company they will even send you coupons for a free loaf and we even received a nice personal letter to my son letting him know t was safe and a entire loaf free as well . VERY nice company.
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