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Any Band Aids That Dont Contain Soy?

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Soy adhesives are typically used for wood products.  I've never seen a band aid with a soy adhesive.  Tea bags are not made with soy.  Your tea blend may contain soy and would be listed in the ingredients.

 

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Soy adhesives are typically used for wood products.  I've never seen a band aid with a soy adhesive.  Tea bags are not made with soy.  Your tea blend may contain soy and would be listed in the ingredients.

 

Colleen

no, the bags that holds the tea, has soy in it, the paper wrapper


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If you would, please list those manufacturers so others will have that information.

 

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If soy is used in a food product is must be listed on the ingrediant lable.

 

In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires food manufacturers to list the eight most common ingredients that trigger food allergies. Most other countries have similar rules. In the United States, information about food allergies has to be written in simple terms that adults and older children can understand. The eight foods included in food allergy labeling account for an estimated 90 percent of allergic reactions. These eight foods are:
 
Milk
Eggs
Peanuts
Tree nuts (such as almonds, cashews, walnuts)
Fish (such as bass, cod, flounder)
Shellfish (such as crab, lobster, shrimp)
Soy
Wheat
 
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