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Hippeas Nacho Vibes Chickpea Puffs

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Snack puffs free of top 8 allergens and gluten

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Newest flavor: Nacho Vibes

Ingredients Free-From
Milk, Egg, Soy, Peanut, Tree Nuts (not including coconut), Coconut, Sesame, Wheat, Gluten, Fish, Shellfish
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Chickpea, rice, pea fiber and other ingredients

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Certified Gluten-Free, Certified Organic, Non-GMO, Kosher, Vegan
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Snack foods
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Good points to remind folks about cross-reactivity!

Cross-reactivity occurs when the proteins in one food are similar to the proteins in another. When that happens, the body's immune system sees them as the same.

While many people don't experience problems with cross-reactivity, it's always a good idea to check with your doctor about a new food that is similar to one of the allergens you manage.

Cynthia

DD - 18 corn and apple, peanut, oat and soy 

Me - Avoiding celery in processed foods after RXN to celery

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I'm sure this snack will be beneficial to many kids.   However, some years ago, our allergy doctor informed us that sometimes kids with Soy or Peanut allergy develop allergies to other legumes.   If your child has Soy or Peanut allergy and hasn't eaten Chickpeas much, please be sure to check about the Chickpeas    Our child has both serious soy and peanut allergies and sure enough quickly became allergic to both chickpeas and lentils within a year of the initial diagnosis.

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