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Food Manufacturer's Phone Numbers
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This is a very good list to have--even though this specific one doesn't list gluten-free products, it's helpful to have for contacting manufacturers--that way you don't need to go to a grocery store or hunt the internet to find the phone number.

Food Maker's Name and Phone Number

10K Beverage Products 800-682-0246

A & A Amazing Foods 800-497-4834

A&W Restaurants 800-222-2337

A-Z Nutrients International 800-682-7247

A.L. Bazzini Co. Inc. 800-228-0172

A1 800-622-4726

Ace Baking Company 800-879-2239

Alba 800-822-7423

Alba 800-872-2229

Albers 800-637-8537

Alberto Culver 800-622-3274

Albion Laboratories 800-453-2406

Alice White Benckiser 800-284-2023

All Star Foods Inc. 800-447-0910

Allen Wertz Candies 800-756-2676

Allergy Resources 800-873-3529

Allied Old English 800-225-0122

AlpineAire Foods 800-322-6325

Alta Dena Dairy 800-535-1369

Alvin Last Inc. 800-527-8123

American Beauty 800-468-1714

American Health & Herbs 800-345-4152

American Home Food Products, Inc. 800-544-5680

American Spoon Foods 800-220-5886

Ameripure Foods Ltd. 800-627-0627

Amport Foods 800-989-5665

Arby's 800-223-8473

Arizona Cactus Ranch 800-582-9903

Arm & Hammer 800-524-1324

Armour 800-528-0849

Aromatherapy International 800-722-4377

Arrowhead 800-873-7775

Arrowhead Mills 800-749-0730

Atwater Foods Inc. 800-836-3972

B.H.I. 800-621-7644

Bacardi 800-888-6488

Bag O Beans 800-782-3267

Baker's 800-431-1001

Bakery Wagon 800-342-5129

Banquet 800-323-9980

Barn Stream Natural Foods 800-654-2882

Barth's Nutra Products 800-645-2208

Baskin Robbins, Inc. 800-331-0031

Beck's Secret Spoon 800-633-2767

Beech

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Wow! I never saw that over there!!! You are right, it is a very useful list!!

Thanks!

Karen

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