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10/29/12 2:38 P

We serve 12 million people around the world. Food products (even from the same company) differ from region to region, country to country. So for our member's safety we have not added the feature you describe. It is better to read "your" labels to assure your allergy needs are met.

SP dietitian Becky

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10/29/12 1:47 P

Any plan on the meal plans to opt out of wheat products? Most things I can sub in, and I do, but it seems that you can turn off a lot of things, and wheat is not one of them. (And, I also avoid corn/corn derivatives, and as much soy as possible...) I realize that you can't provide a button for ALL the different food allergies, but it seems that wheat is a big common one. Thanks.

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