Letter from Wrigley, regarding milk

Dear Karen,

Thank you for writing regarding the ingredients in our products. It is always a pleasure to hear from consumers, and we are happy to answer any queries you may have.

You will be pleased to know that our only product that contains any dairy products or their by-products is Creme Savers. If there was any chance of cross contamination it would be listed on the packaging. Also, no wheat, rye, oats or barley gluten are present and none of these ingredients/ by-products are present anywhere in our manufacturing areas.

Our products, from production through the distribution channel, do not contain, nor are they exposed to any of the above allergens. Further, to the best of our knowledge, our suppliers store our ingredients and materials separately. To date, there have been no reports or consumer complaints of allergen cross-contamination to any of our finished products or ingredients.

The Wrigley Company realizes the concern of many consumers who have food sensitivities and, of course, we always recommend the advice of their family physician or allergist. If you have not already been in touch with the Allergy/Asthma Information Association, I am sure you will find them most helpful. The homepage for the AAIA (www.aaia.ca) is kept at the Calgary Allergy Network, www.calgaryallergy.ca.

AAIA National Office: Box 100 Toronto, Ontario M9W 5K9 Phone (416) 679-9521 or toll-free 1-800-611-7011 Fax (416) 679-9524; Email: national@aaia.ca

There is also the organization called Anaphylaxis Canada that concentrates on life-threatening allergies. They can be reached on-line at: www.anaphylaxis.org . Their address is: Anaphylaxis Canada, 416 Moore Avenue, Suite 306 Toronto, ON M4G 1C9 Telephone: 416.785.5666 Fax: 416.785.0458 Email: info@anaphylaxis.ca

Your interest in the Wrigley Company is greatly appreciated, Karen. Enclosed is a listing of all the brands we manufacture. We hope this information will be helpful to you.


Anie Jones
Consumer Affairs Representative

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