Archive for February, 2012

CREST PRO-HEALTH RINSE HAS NO ANIMAL-BY PRODUCTS

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Crest rinse products are labeled “alcohol free”,the only questionable item was the glycerin and according to the company the glycerin is from a vegetable source. Thanks for contacting Crest. Crest Pro-Health Rinse does not contain any Animal-by products. The glycerin used in the rinse is from a vegetable source....

HUNT’S KETCHUP HAS NO ANIMAL DERIVED INGREDIENTS NOR ANY ALCOHOL

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Thank you for your email concerning our Hunt’s Ketchup. There are no animal derived ingredients nor any alcohol in this product. Sincerely, Cory Consumer Affairs Representative ConAgra Foods  

TURKEY HILL ICE CREAMS DO NOT CONTAIN ANY ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS OR ALCOHOL

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After having so many alcohol flavored ice cream posts, it is time to get some good news about ice creams. Turkey Hill ice creams are, according to the company’s reply, free of alcohol or animal sourced enzymes. This took me to their website to see the ingredients in detail...

SORRENTO MOZZARELLA CHEESES DO NOT CONTAIN ANIMAL RENNET

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Sorrento mozzarella cheese is sold in many grocery stores like; Pathmark, Stop&Shop, Shoprite, Walmart and Target. It is good to know their cheese are made with microbial rennet only. Definition of microbial rennet, according to wikipedia include the following information; The flavor and taste of cheeses produced with microbial...

BLUE BUNNY ICE CREAMS

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Once again, we face the same dilemma, there is no animal by-product but the vanilla extract contains 35% ethyl alcohol, which  is said to be evaporated due to baking or freezing process, according to the email. Well scientifically, alcohol does evaporate upon heating or freezing but there is no...

GOOD HUMOR ICE CREAMS DO NOT HAVE ANIMAL-SOURCED ENZYMES BUT NOT CERTAIN ABOUT ALCOHOL

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Good Humor is the very first brand to produce ice cream bars. Their production history goes back to 1920s. One would expect a well established company to be more caring for their customers but it looks like they too are sending this standard form of reply to everyone with...

COSTCO’S PETITE BROWNIE BITES SUPPLIER, SUGAR BOWL BAKERY COMPANY, DOES NOT PROVIDE INGREDIENTS INFORMATION

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You may not be familiar with the name of the company, but many people are very fond of their petite brownies and Madeleine, sold at Costco. Though their products are sweet and in such fun sizes, Sugar bowl bakery  was not very cooperating when it came to providing information about the...