Update to Safe Snack Guide: March 6, 2013


The Easter Bunny’s coming and he’s bringing a basket full of peanut, tree nut, and egg-free treats!

With Easter just around the corner, we’ve added a special holiday section to the Safe Snack Guide so that your food allergic loved ones can expect a visit from the Bunny too. Many of the Easter treats are certified by their respective manufacturers as free of these allergens while the Hershey’s products were verified with their customer service department.

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.

Note to our friends that celebrate Passover: To our dismay, we could not find enough Passover products that meet our allergen criteria, but we’ll be sure to try again next year. In the meantime, we wish you and your families a ziessen Pesach!

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  1. I was looking for Frito-Lays Original Fritos and did not see them on the list. When I called the company, they assured me that they were made in a peanut-free plant and were themselves peanut-free. Any reason they are not on the list?
    Patty Petersack R.N., C.S.N.
    Kuser School
    School Nurse


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