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04/10/2014
...Holidays and special events tend to include food and spring celebrations are no exception. Whether your family celebrates Easter or Passover, you might be looking for help to ensure that your little one stays safe and enjoys the day. We’ve compiled some tips and food-allergy recipe ideas for today’s post. One fun way to celebrate the holidays is by hosting a tea party! While this might not sound like the traditional celebration, it’s...
06/24/2014
...whether they are having a dairy or meat meal. (Neocate Infant DHA/ARA has not been certified as acceptable for use during the Passover holiday, so it is non-Passover. It is not unusual for a kosher food item to not have Kosher for Passover certification as well; many Kosher items are non-Passover.) Other Neocate Products At this time we also have kosher certification for Neocate Junior, Unflavored. The other Neocate powdered products are all made with...
10/14/2010
...through the ingredient list for each product You should never assume that a kosher product labeled as “meat” or “pareve” is 100% milk-free because it may still contain traces of dairy. Continue to study the ingredient list and check with the manufacturers to make sure this product is safe for your child with milk allergies. Kosher Foods during Passover If you see a kosher symbol listing “P” does not mean that the product is “pareve”...
10/12/2017
...in Neocate products. Most commercial products use natural taurine, derived from pork, which is NOT kosher. We use synthetic taurine, which is kosher-appropriate. None of the Neocate products are certified kosher for passover. We’re not experts in what foods or ingredients qualify as chametz or kitniyot, so the best thing to do would be to contact your Rabbi to discuss this with them. It may help to know that none of the Neocate products use...
03/18/2008
During the Easter season, eggs and chocolate are everywhere! As a parent, you always want to create a fun holiday atmosphere for your child. However, when your child has a food allergy, Easter can be a tough time. Let’s face it, “Easter eggs” and chocolate bunnies are a big part of the celebration! But, with a little bit of creativity, your child can have as many memorable moments and traditions as any other...
   
 
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