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Hi, my local health food store just recently started selling Ian's gluten free chicken nuggets and fish sticks. I used to have to travel to Whole Foods to get them. Yesterday I went in and found that they are now also carrying the little TV dinners Ian's makes as well which is great because my son loves them. But to my surprise they also had a gluten free and casein free french bread pizza by Ian's. I have never seen this before even on their web site so I wonder if it is a new product. I was very excited because usually you can find a gluten free and lactose free pizza but this is the first time I have found one that is casein free also. And on the back of the box they are advertising gluten free french toast sticks. Obviously I am very excited. Thought I would pass it on.

Nicole

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I still have yet to see the french toast sticks, and I would love to try those.

How was the pizza?

WELCOME BACK BRIDE.

HOPE YOUR TRIP WAS WONDERFUL

JUST GOT BACK FROM 'GIRLS' NITE A CAPE MAY AND SAW THIS.

I DIDN'T CARE FOR THE FISH OR CHICKEN THINGS BUT LOVED THE FRENCH TOAST STICKS.

I'LL SEE IF THEY CARRY THE PIZZA AT MARTINDALE'S IN SPRINGFIELD.

HUGS

JUDY


Judy in Southern CA

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Do you know if the pizza is egg free as well? I think the French toast sticks are, but I haven't seen it for real. Just on the website.

I'll try to find the web site but think they are egg free..........BUT...........THEIR STUFF IS USUALLY CASEIN FREE BUT WITH THE PIZZA NOT SURE IF IT HAS CHEESE.

I'LL TRY TO POST TOMORROW ABOUT IT. WILL TRY TO GET TO THE STORE TO SEE.

J


Judy in Southern CA

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My son liked the pizza. He asked if he can bring it for lunch today. The cheese is completely dairy free. It is soy and I think it has tofu in it. The only allergen I see listed on the box is soy. So I am assuming it is egg free as it is one of the major allergens and would be listed along with the soy if it were in there, right?

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I love the French toast sticks. They also recently came out with 120 calorie cookie snack packs. I tried the cinnamon ones and they are delicious.


Jillian

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My son liked the pizza. He asked if he can bring it for lunch today. The cheese is completely dairy free. It is soy and I think it has tofu in it. The only allergen I see listed on the box is soy. So I am assuming it is egg free as it is one of the major allergens and would be listed along with the soy if it were in there, right?

I can't use soy but the eggs should be listed if used.

judy


Judy in Southern CA

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My son liked the pizza. He asked if he can bring it for lunch today. The cheese is completely dairy free. It is soy and I think it has tofu in it. The only allergen I see listed on the box is soy. So I am assuming it is egg free as it is one of the major allergens and would be listed along with the soy if it were in there, right?

Aw phooey. I hadn't thought about soy. Daughter is allergic to that. I've been using rice cheese for pizza.

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My son LOVES the chicken nuggets, patties and the tv dinner that Ian's provides--I was delighted to find the chicken nuggets at SAFEWAY yesterday. The other products, I have to go to the health food store to buy. The TV dinners are especially great to send with my son when he's sleeping over at a friend's house, so the parents there don't have to worry about providing safe food for him.

Yay for Ians! I'm going to look for the french toast and pizza, now that you folks have tuned me into them.

Susanna


Diagnosed in March 2006 by blood test and biopsy. Eleven year old son diagnosed in May 2006. Both gluten-free since diagnosis.

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