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Had never seen that site before. I'll have to bookmark it as there are times when this would have been handy.
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This page has the information you're looking for:
Check the label - Stonehill may be marketed by a mother company. Try searching that particular company.
** Melissa **
Be careful when you pass judgement on another. Life teaches us lessons in harsh ways when we are mean to others.
Is there an 800 # on the label? Can you ask at the store if they have the nutrition info or if they can give you any suggestions on contacting the co?
I was a little low on money and had to shop at Aldi. I bought the Stonemill Essentials Garlic Powder and the Stonemill Essentials Onion Powder for 99 cents each. I didn't really look but was told the powder was better than the salt. However since I am restricted to sodium I'm having to watch that. The harm has been done. There is no nutritional information on the bottle at all, and Stonemill does not have a website. It's Aldi's brand but there is nothing on the NI for either of these products. I could use a little help in figuring this out. What should I do? Should I throw out these powders or take a guess or what? I'm a little confused now on the course of action to take. Thanks.
When you look into the eyes of the wolf,
You'll yourself reflected.
When you learn to embrace the wolf,
You Honor the teacher.
by MoonstoneWolf 1998.