Update to Safe Snack Guide: September 12, 2013

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Please note that we have removed one item from the Safe Snack Guide and have added a number of products from new partners to our SnackSafely.com Manufacturer’s Partnership Initiative.

Removed Item

The following item has been removed due to manufacturing, labeling, and/or disclosure changes made by the manufacturer:

  • Hershey’s Chocolate Bars – King Size (2.6 oz)

Hershey’s is a trusted manufacturer that has maintained reliable labeling practices. Some King Size bars bear a warning that states: “Manufactured on the same equipment that processes almonds.” This does not affect the standard 1.55 oz bar that we understand to be safe and remains listed in the Guide.

New/Confirmed Products

We have added/confirmed the manufacturing processes of products from three manufacturers that have joined our Partnership Initiative:

  • Surf Sweets – A long-time listing in the Safe Snack Guide, Surf Sweets specializes in producing quality candies that are free of the top 10 allergens as well as corn syrup and artificial colors/flavors, instead opting for high quality ingredients like organic fruit juice and sweeteners. We have added a number of additional Surf Sweet products to the Guide;
  • WowButter – Another long-time listing in the Guide, WowButter specializes in a peanut butter alternative based on soy that tastes just like peanut butter. WowButter is made in a facility free of the top FALCPA allergens (with the exception of soy) and is popular in schools and institutional settings;
  • Wink Frozen Desserts – Wink is a new manufacturer joining us for the first time. Wink Frozen Desserts are a healthy alternative to ice cream, free of the top 8 FALCPA allergens. Each variety is sugar and fat free, completely sourced from natural plant-based ingredients, and appropriate for many allergen-free and diabetic diets.

These entries are listed in bold as we have confirmed the details of their manufacture directly with their respective manufacturers via our Product Portal.

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