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|Subject: Sulfites Sat Feb 02, 2008 6:23 am|| |
I highly reccommend reading this article, even though it is just an excerpt, as I know many folks who have issues with Celiac Disease also have issues with Sulfites (Me and my dad). I have a very mild aversion, and my dad's is very severe.
It Lists what items include sulfites in packaging, and where to get Sulfite-free items.
Beware though, if you have severe Sulfite allergies, you may have to do without your favorite dried fruits and veggies- and you may have to severely limit your exposure to these same veggies in raw or cooked form. Be careful and definitely do your homework!
- Quote :
Looking for sulfite-free staples and treats? We've done some sleuthing to help you stock up on safe alternatives to your favorites. Check out these resources.
Atwater Foods, Inc.
Premium dried fruit products.
Importer of Fruits Saveurs by Favols, vacuum-sealed, partially dehydrated fruits, that are free of preservatives, sulfites and artificial ingredients.
Award-winning sauces and salsas, many sulfite-free. Available at Williams Sonoma and other gourmet food retailers.
New England Natural Bakers
Granolas, meuslis and trail mixes using fruit free of sulfites and coloring dyes. Some mixes are wheat- and dairy-free.
Living Tree Community
Organic and sulfur-free foods, including raw nut butters, nuts and tahini.
Definitely check the link as its list is comprehensive on what items in your pantry will need checking.