Update to Safe Snack Guide: January 31, 2013


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.

To take advantage of these new product entries, download the latest revision of the Guide by following this link:

Click here for the latest revision of the 2013 Safe Snack Guide

As always, we thank our readers and subscribers for their diligence and continued feedback which helps us keep the Safe Snack Guide up-to-date between product surveys. If you have not already subscribed to our mailing list for updates and product advisories, we suggest you do so by clicking here.

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  1. Have you considered adding DAIRY-free to your safe snack guide list? As my son can’t have dairy or egg. I’ve found that often times, these go hand in hand, or that dairy alone is just as prevalent as egg or peanut.

  2. Thank you so much for including us at Amanda’s Own Confections in your safe snacks guide, we really appreciate it. It’s a great resource for families that deal with food allergies. As a mom of a child with food allergies, I understand how critical it is to have safe foods for my daughter! Thanks again and keep up the great work!

  3. Waiting to see the update for Easter candy before I start shopping for our baskets! Thank you so much for your service. It makes it so easy for me to shop and helps Grammi (who buys most – too much! -of the candy) keep our child safe.


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