Thursday, April 2, 2009

Nature's Own Breads

Dear Lazeena:

There are no alcohol containing ingredients used in our Nature's Own formulas.

Some of our products do contain butter from cows and some contain honey.

L-cysteine is not an ingredient in the Nature's Own formulas.

The Double Fiber 20 ounce bread contains Omega 3 from a fish oil source.

Thank you for your interest in our products.


V P Technical Services/Quality Assurance/Regulatory Flowers Foods

This response is for all their products (their breads, muffins, English muffins, bagels, buns, and rolls). If yo visit their website and select a specific product, it will list the ingredients there for you.


Anonymous said...

I love how you are always up past midnight posting. Good to know I am not the only sleep deprived one on the net :-)

Lazeena Umm Yusuf said...

That's the time my husband gets in from work. Hearing him come through the door is some type of weird reminder to me that I need to update here haha. Also I sometimes write up these entries and just post date them to this time. I dunno why though.. lol

Anonymous said...

Yay!! L-Cystine free bread, this is FAB

Anonymous said...

My husband comes home at that time too, that's why I am constantly checking blogger.

Anyway, I haven't seen these breads in my local store but good to know for the next time I do see them.

Could you try to do more posts on other breads, such as burger buns/hot dor buns?

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islamicgirl said...

enzymes are natural in this breads

John Smith said...

You need to find out if the environment it is cooked in is uncontaminated. People working with the products. What else gets made in the ovens, etc.

John Smith said...

If alcohol is kept on the premises even though not used in those products, etc.

John Smith said...

If there is a muslim manager that is there permanently that can verify all this. Take not from them as bosom friends. If we won't eat from the homes of our non muslim "friends" why would we eat from non muslims we do not know personally?