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is vegetable fat E442 ok for rapeseed oil allergy?

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mumat39 Mon 28-May-12 14:42:20

Hello.
DD has multiple food allergies including Rapeseed oil. E442 is derived from rapeseed oil and used as a vegetable fat/emulsifier in foods like chocolate.

DD usually has kinnerton and i was hoping to try her on cadbury's twirl but not sure as it contains E442.

She is allergic to soya but is ok with soya lecithin so would E442 be the same?

Does anyone know about these sorts of food additives which come under vegetable fats?

Many thanks.

mumat39 Mon 28-May-12 22:56:02

Anyone with a Rapeseed oil allergy?

Can you eat things with E442 in ? It's a veg fat/emulsifier derived from rapeseed oil.

Thanks.

Oldestmum123 Fri 14-Feb-14 11:28:46

have just started replacing my normal olive oil with rapeseed oil for cooking and my coeliac dd and my gluten intolerant self and other dd have all suffered gluten type symptoms ( bloating , gas and d). Has anyone else suffered similarly?

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