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Children with Food Allergies

Postby Sally on Wed Feb 16, 2011 12:38 pm

My daughter has an array of food allergies from sensitivity to food colourings to uncomfortable stomach after eating too much bread. She use to be allergic to milk but seems to have grown out of that. I hope i can learn something in the forum for parents with allergic children this Friday - hope to see some of you there.
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Re: Children with Food Allergies

Postby anandasvarupini on Thu Apr 07, 2011 1:48 pm

Hi there. My name is Amanda. Have you seen India Tree's Natural Colours range, which include natural food colourings and cake decorations. They are made from vegetable colourings and have no artificial flavourings or additives. I hope this is of interest to you. I know from my own exhausted efforts that you can not buy any natural colourings or cake decorations anywhere in the UK only on line. As a mother of three who bakes a lot I appreciate the importance of clean natural ingredients.
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Re: Children with Food Allergies

Postby Jimbob on Fri Apr 08, 2011 6:25 pm

I am sure they sell natural food colouring in our local tesco and asda. I am not sure about decorations though. We do bake but we don't add colourings to anything and we decorate with dairy and nut free chocolate and my 2 are happy with that. We use fruit to decorate also, just depends what we are making.
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Re: Children with Food Allergies

Postby Jimbob on Sun Jan 31, 2016 12:12 pm

If you really have a solution, then why not post it here for everyone to see.
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Re: Children with Food Allergies

Postby ashleyjackson on Sun Jan 21, 2018 5:49 pm

Hi Sally,
I can understand your problem, I think, You should take advice from an expert doctor regarding your children allergy.He will only help you in a better way than anyone else.
Thanks!!
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