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    And... "pure chill' icecream products: organic, gluten free, preservative free and GMO free

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    'organic by nature' organic backstrap molasses: gluten free, wheat free, no preservatives.

    'organic by nature' breads (shrink wrapped):wheat free, preservative free.

    'organic by nature' spelt crispbread range: organic, preservative free, low allergy grain.

    'abundant earth' organic hot chocolate: no preservatives.

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    ok .. so we have a decent list already!

    keep em coming guys!!

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    Biscuits-
    Cruskits- Corn (NO preservatives- but high salt content)
    "Real Foods" Corn Thins - Original
    'organic by nature' spelt crispbread range: organic, preservative free, low allergy grain.

    Spreads -
    Nuttelex (I think although I have no idea what an 'emulsifier' is )
    Sanitarium natural peanut butter *in the health food section.
    Melrose Naturals Almond, Brazil and cashew spread *in health food section.
    Sweet Williams Chocolate Spread

    Breads -
    Baker's Delight
    Brumbys
    Wonder White bread
    'organic by nature' breads (shrink wrapped):wheat free, preservative free.

    Cereals-
    Carman's gourmet muesli.

    Dairy-
    Soygurt
    vaalia toddler yoghurts
    Jalna yoghurt
    BD Farm Paris Creek yogurt and milk products (certified organic also)
    "pure chill' icecream products: organic, gluten free, preservative free and GMO free

    drinks-
    'abundant earth' organic hot chocolate

    other-
    'organic by nature' organic backstrap molasses: gluten free, wheat free, no preservatives.


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    Orgran Outback Animals*****
    Abundant Earth Healthy Handfuls**
    Bellamy's Organic Fruit Snacks*****
    Heinz Mini Rice Cakes Original***
    Heinz Little Kids Bikkies Honey & Oat, Banana & Oat ****
    Organics4Kids Organic Teething Rusks*
    Sakata Plain*** ( although may contain milk traces )


    Corn Flakes****
    Special K****

    Homebrand Multigrain* - This does contain emulsifiers but what I found said these were 'ok'.





    ***** - Are also dairy, gluten, egg, GMO & soy free

    **** - Are also egg, soy & dairy free

    *** - Are also egg & dairy free

    ** Are soy & dairy free

    * - Are also dairy free



    Thats all I can think of off the top of my head atm plus I need to go shopping LOL !

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    What a great thread! Just what I needed the day before shopping day.

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    I lost my card with the numbers, but I remember these few:

    San Remo packet pastas are better than Continental ones
    Coles/Woolies brand peanut butter is better than Kraft

    Both the Continental packet pastas & Kraft peanut butter had preservatives/additives that were not so good. Since we changed brands I've noticed a good change in DS's behaviour

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    I think I will have to find some more natural, but non-nutty spreads lol. I haven't tried dd on peanuts/nuts yet so I don't know if she is allergic. Doubtful though I ate it when i was pregnant etc.

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    Biscuits-
    Cruskits- Corn (NO preservatives- but high salt content)
    "Real Foods" Corn Thins - Original
    'organic by nature' spelt crispbread range: organic, preservative free, low allergy grain.
    Orgran Outback Animals
    Abundant Earth Healthy Handfuls
    Heinz Mini Rice Cakes Original
    Heinz Little Kids Bikkies Honey & Oat, Banana & Oat
    Organics4Kids Organic Teething Rusks
    Sakata Plain
    Arnotts Arrowroot Biscuits

    Spreads -
    Nuttelex (I think although I have no idea what an 'emulsifier' is )
    Sanitarium natural peanut butter *in the health food section.
    Melrose Naturals Almond, Brazil and cashew spread *in health food section.
    Sweet Williams Chocolate Spread

    Breads -
    Baker's Delight
    Brumbys
    Wonder White bread
    'organic by nature' breads (shrink wrapped):wheat free, preservative free.

    Cereals-
    Carman's gourmet muesli.
    Corn Flakes
    Special K

    Dairy-
    Soygurt
    vaalia toddler yoghurts
    Jalna yoghurt
    BD Farm Paris Creek yogurt and milk products (certified organic also)
    "pure chill' icecream products: organic, gluten free, preservative free and GMO free

    drinks-
    'abundant earth' organic hot chocolate

    other-
    'organic by nature' organic backstrap molasses: gluten free, wheat free, no preservatives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by reAllytee View Post
    Homebrand Multigrain* - This does contain emulsifiers but what I found said these were 'ok'.
    every store has a different homebrand allytee... which one are you referring to??

    Quote Originally Posted by mummeeto2 View Post
    San Remo packet pastas are better than Continental ones
    Coles/Woolies brand peanut butter is better than Kraft

    Both the Continental packet pastas & Kraft peanut butter had preservatives/additives that were not so good. Since we changed brands I've noticed a good change in DS's behaviour
    mumto2 - are they preservative FREE?? or do they contain SAFER preservatives??


    oh .. and I'm going to add Arnotts Arrowroots to the list - they have only got - flour, sugar, vegetable oil, condensed milk, salt, baking powder and Arrowroot flour. - no preservatives at ALL .

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    For anyone who's interested - emulsifiers are basically thickeners - and there are several different kinds. Some emulsifiers are made from soy, some from other things.

    I've also recently found out that the food labelling laws in Australia mean that any product containing a major allergen (milk, soy, wheat/gluten and nuts are the main ones) HAS to be labelled thus - ie its not enough that it says it in the ingredients, it must say "Contains milk, wheat and soy products" or similar.


 

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