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3/25/12 7:41 P

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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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3/24/12 8:58 P

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This page has the information you're looking for:

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10/24/11 9:56 P

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Check the label - Stonehill may be marketed by a mother company. Try searching that particular company.

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10/24/11 8:26 P

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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?





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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.

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