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Pez Candy allergy info

Posted by Dave on August 9, 2007


The ingredient information for Pez Candy is listed on the packaging.

For those allergic to nuts or dairy, we don’t have an analysis of our suppliers ingredients and are unable to determine if there may be cross contamination from ingredients shipped from those facilities. At the Pez Candy facility there is no cross-contamination; it is the only product we run on our line. If you are unsure about food allergies and Pez Candy, we advise you to not eat the candy and consult with a physician.

Pez Candy is gluten free. Mono- & di- glycerides sources are vegetable. To the best of our knowledge our product does not contain allergens as defined by Codex.

Following is a list of these Codex allergens:

Barley, oats, wheat, triticale and products of these
Crustaceans, shellfish, and products of these
Egg and egg products
Fish and fish products
Legumes, peas, peanuts, soybeans and products of these
Milk and milk products (lactose included)
Tree nuts, poppy seeds, sesame seeds and products of these
Sulfites in concentrations of 10 ppm or more
PEZ Candy Inc. offers Kosher Parve through the following distributor:
Paskesz Candy Co. Inc.
4473 First Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11232
FAX 718.832.3492


One Response to “Pez Candy allergy info”

  1. Susan Clemens said

    I appreciate the care and forethought that you have put into creating an honest and open allergen statement. I would ask you to continue to press those suppliers whom are not forthcoming in regards to the possibility of cross contamination from their production facilities.

    Unfortunately the severity of symptoms requires us to go up the chain to determine food safety. Some customers will feel comfortable with what you have been able to declare while others will not. We are all too familiar with the adage, “No food is 100% safe.” and this is why we must always carry and auto injector and be prepared to use it.

    Allergies seem to be on the rise and those allergens which patients historically outgrew, now seem to stay with us for life. This means our numbers will grow and it is to everyone’s best interest to have products which are marketable to those with food allergies as others often ask for a list of safe treats to purchase for celebrations.

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