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    Default What berries can we eat now?

    What berries are safe?

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    Ones that you've grown in your garden!

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    I am sticking with fresh and Australian grown

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    Fresh berries that are in season. We get strawberries over summer and have now switched to raspberries.

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    Sorry but I can't afford to only buy fresh locally grown berries. I'd love to but my DS eats frozen berries every day in a smoothie and we get through a lot. Fortunately not the affected brand but still concerning....

    However I can't afford to go out buying it all fresh. I'd be spending $20 a week on berries!!

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    Go to your local organic shop - there are a few brands of Australian grown berries - I buy Elgin organic frozen berries $8 for 350g

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bond Girl View Post
    Sorry but I can't afford to only buy fresh locally grown berries. I'd love to but my DS eats frozen berries every day in a smoothie and we get through a lot. Fortunately not the affected brand but still concerning....

    However I can't afford to go out buying it all fresh. I'd be spending $20 a week on berries!!
    If it was the only fruit my kids would eat I'd buy it. If they ate others id just reduce the amount.


 

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