Update to Safe Snack Guide and Allergence: October 26, 2016

We’re pleased to announce the addition of products to the Safe Snack Guide and our Allergence product screening service from two new members of our Manufacturer Partnership.  These manufacturers that have agreed to disclose significantly more information regarding the potential for allergen cross-contact in their products than the FDA requires:

SkinnyPop Popcorn – spSkinnyPop starts with a premium popcorn kernel, sunflower oil and the perfect amount of salt. From there, Pure Popped Perfection™ says it all. Their popcorn has no GMOs, gluten or preservatives, making SkinnyPop a tasty, guilt-free snack.

Darlington SnacksdsDarlington creates snacks for a wide array of tastes and dietary needs and all of their products are produced in a nut-free bakery. They market under the brands of Darlington, Appleways and Crave-N-Rave, each with its own delicious lineup across cookies, snacks, breakfast and for special occasions.

Please note that we’ve also removed all Sunshine® brand varieties including Cheez-It® and Krispy® from the Safe Snack Guide that we intended to remove in May after Kellogg’s – the parent company – announced they would begin adding peanut flour to their Keebler and Austin brand crackers. We cannot confirm how these varieties are produced with respect to cross-contact given Kellogg’s unwillingness to disclose information regarding the sharing of manufacturing lines.


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