Cupid’s bow is ready and we’ve made sure his arrows are peanut, tree nut and egg-free!
With Valentine’s day approaching fast, we’ve added a special holiday section to the Safe Snack Guide so that your food allergic loved ones can feel special too. All the Valentine’s treats are certified by their respective manufacturers as free of these allergens and they are a good way of keeping them out of the classroom to avoid contact reactions and accidental ingestion.
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