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Old 07-06-2012, 12:36
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Afternoon all,

can anyone tell me if any shops in town sell Alpro soya milk or something similar? We're travelling with our little one (her first trip to PP) and she has a dairy allergy.
She's still being breast-fed but enjoys a glass of soya milk, sometimes with a bit of nesquik and it would be great if we can get it while were there.
I'm thinking if anywhere then Eroski at the back of town will have it but if anyone knows for sure please advise. Any alternatives will be welcome, we also buy/use Kara (made from coconut) back home. Also, any suggestions for a dairy-free 'butter'/margarine sold locally would be helpful too.

Thanks in advance,

Nick
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Old 07-06-2012, 12:57
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Hi Nick you can get Pascual sin lactosa and Danone Savia which is soya milk in Eroski but i am sure lactose free and soya products will be available in any of the bigger supermarkets .
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Yes Sparky, I think you rea right. My middle daughter has dairy allergy and I buy Mercadona's olive spread which has no milk in, and I think maybe there are others but can't name them.
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How strange - I'm pretty sure I replied to this a short while ago (!?)
Anyhow, thanks both, looks like we should be okay to get the bits we need
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