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Cow and Gate Baby Food
From our archive
Baby Balance Range This new range of baby food cereals has been launched this week and the cereals contain milk powder. Many of the...Read More
Marks and Spencers Chewing Gum
From our archive
There are now 3 flavours of chewing gum which are sweetened with sucralose which are suitable and do not need to be counted for the PKU...Read More
Sainsbury’s 6 Real Fruit Jam Tarts
From our archive
These have been wrongly labeled as containing 0.1g protein for each jam tart. This is incorrect. They are 3.7gms per 100gms. Sainsbury’s...Read More
Telephone helpline changes
From our archive
Please note that we are phasing out our 0845 telephone number and replacing it with the number below: 0208 364 3010...Read More
Cooking4Fun Cookbook and DVD
From our archive
This is available for only £10 from the Birmingham Childrens Hospital, see below for details and an ordering form. Read More
New on Prescription from FirstPlay
From our archive
Burger Mix This burger mix comes in sachets and each sachet provides 1 Exchange. You can make a very big burger for 1 exchange or 2...Read More
New on Prescription from SHS/Nutricia
From our archive
This rice can be used in sweet and savoury dishes. SHS have produced a lovely recipe pack to go with the rice which can be added to...Read More
Marks and Spencers Own-Brand Drinks
From our archive
Good news for us. Marks and Spencers have made the decision to change all their aspartame sweetened drinks over to sucralose. This will...Read More
General Dietary Ltd
From our archive
The following Ener-G range pastas have been discontinued by General Dietary Ltd. because of low demand for them: Low Protein...Read More
SHS Snack Pots
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These have been temporarily discontinued but they are expected back at the end of October / beginning of November 2006. Read More

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