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Great Value Brand Lima Beans


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#1 breavenewworld

 
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Posted 18 March 2010 - 10:42 AM

i'm hoping to be able to cook with the dried baby lima beans i just bought from wal mart. the Great Value Brand customer service rep said there is no wheat in the facility but there are barley, rye, and oats. it is processed on a separate line, which is good. but - should i be worried about the possibility of anything becoming airborne?? or am i good to go since the beans are on a different line in the facility? i had her write an email to the supplier to see if they were making flours out of any of those grains, because i know that can fly up and get all over the place.

has anyone reacted to this product? is there a safer brand that you've found??
thank you so much!!
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