Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
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Saturday, September 15, 2007


Am I the only one on this planet who finds the hysteria over the so called "nut allergy" to be a tad errrmmm...nuts?

Cadbury Schweppes was forced for the second time in two years to recall thousands of chocolate bars. A printing problem had led to the omission of nut allergy warning labels from 250g Dairy Milk Double Choc bars.

The Double Choc bars are produced on a production line that is used to make other products containing nuts, and there is, therefore, a risk of contamination.

I am in no way criticising Cadbury, but seriously many millions are likely to die if a Double Choc bar (which does not contain farking nuts anyway) were to be inadvertently eaten by those allegedly with this so called "nut allergy"?


  1. Anonymous1:10 PM

    let's face it, those who have a serious nut allergy know which companies they can buy from.

    Surprisingly, Pizza Hut is on that list...

  2. Anonymous3:09 PM

    You seem to be stating a belief that people with a "nut allergy" are faking it for some unknown reason.

    I have a friend with such an allergy and have seen first-hand the results of inadvertent nut ingestion (can I say that?). An injection (not sure what of) was required, with death a real possibility if not applied.

    As he was unaware of the nut traces before showing any symptoms (face swelling up followed by collapsing in a faint), I think I can probably confirm the phenomena as real.

    Cadburys should have called me, I would have been more than happy to dispose of the chocs in safe manner.

  3. grumpy8:07 PM

    Shouldn't the warning sign you show on your post be hung outside the Houses of Parliament?