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Wowbutter Allergy Friendly 'Peanut Butter' - £1.62 - Tesco
Wowbutter Allergy Friendly 'Peanut Butter' - £1.62 - Tesco

Wowbutter Allergy Friendly 'Peanut Butter' - £1.62 - Tesco

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A godsend if your kids have allergies.

Nut, gluten, dairy and egg free.

Tesco Bursledon. They had about 5 each of smooth and crunchy varieties.

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​OP stated which store

It's toasted soya spread, for anyone else wondering
Edited by: "jellybeans12" 3rd Feb

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jellybeans12

It's toasted soya spread, for anyone else wondering



​Yep but tell you what, I'd have thought it was peanut butter if I didn't know it wasn't.

If that makes any sense whatsoever...

Hersheymad

Wow nice to kow thank you x



​no, it's dairy free.

The label looks like its from the 80's lol

I have a peanut allergy...still wouldn't want to touch this, feels wrong! Same goes for peanut butter Oreos. I've read the ingredients several times and I swear they don't actually contain peanuts but I think I'll pass!

although technically peanuts aren't actually nuts

What if you are allergic to soya?

Won't be too 'allergy friendly' then!

Boopop

I have a peanut allergy...still wouldn't want to touch this, feels wrong! … I have a peanut allergy...still wouldn't want to touch this, feels wrong! Same goes for peanut butter Oreos. I've read the ingredients several times and I swear they don't actually contain peanuts but I think I'll pass!



You're not missing out on the Oreos, they're really not good

jellybeans12

It's toasted soya spread, for anyone else wondering


So its toasted soya butter then!

Not sure if this helps but also watch out for the Mint Oreo Cookies as they use peanut oil in them. Which was really surprising as I thought mint would be safe.

Was concerned about post 14 so looked at ingredients for mint oreos - no reference to peanut oil in ingredient list here sainsburys.co.uk/web…54g -and it would have to be declared if present

Why does it have to taste like peanut butter? Those that are allergic won't know what they're missing, surely? I'm all for an alternative spread for those that need it. It's akin to Linda McCartney sausages etc. - if you're vegetarian, fine, but why have products that mimic meat?

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Rickardo

Why does it have to taste like peanut butter? Those that are allergic … Why does it have to taste like peanut butter? Those that are allergic won't know what they're missing, surely? I'm all for an alternative spread for those that need it. It's akin to Linda McCartney sausages etc. - if you're vegetarian, fine, but why have products that mimic meat?



​I think a lot of schools have actually banned peanut butter, so kids who are able eat it at home can't have it in their lunchbox. This comes with a bunch of stickers saying "peanut free" to put on your kids' sandwich bags
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