Announcing the Easter 2019 Edition of the Safe Snack Guide!

Be inclusive this Easter!

We’re hoppy to announce the Easter 2019 Edition of the Safe Snack Guide, our catalog of peanut, tree nut, and Top 8 free foods perfect for family dinners, office parties, and classroom celebrations where these allergens are excluded.

This edition has an entire section devoted to Easter-themed treats, all of which are peanut and tree nut-free, the majority of which are free of the Top 8 allergens.

Need peanut-safe chocolate bunnies? Listed! Want jelly beans to line that basket for a certain someone with milk allergy? Check. Looking for nut-free goodies you can find at your local supermarket? We’ve got ’em along with our usual lineup of over 1300 allergy-friendly products, many of which are also appropriate for the holiday.

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Click on any item preceded by a green symbol to see precisely how that product is manufactured with respect to the 11 allergens we track including the Top 8 (peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, wheat, soy, fish and crustacean shellfish), sesame, mustard, and gluten.

We are also happy to introduce you to three new members of our Manufacturer Partnership:

  • Miller Baking Company – Bakers of Pretzilla Soft Pretzel Bread. Their product line is Non-GMO Project Verified, vegan, kosher and free of tree nuts, peanuts, dairy, eggs, soy, fish, and shellfish and sesame. Products include Soft Pretzel Burger Buns, Sausage Buns, Mini Buns, and Bites;
  • Pan’s Mushroom Jerky – Mushrooms are a great replacement for meat not only for the great texture, but because they are a natural source of protein, fiber, and antioxidants. Their jerky has a delicious umami taste and satisfying texture that herbivores crave and carnivores love! No meat, no soy, just ‘shrooms;
  • Organic Candy Factory – Founded by a mom that is very conscientious about what her daughter and her family eat, offering an alternative to all the junk. Their products kosher and vegan and free of gelatin; gluten; pesticides; preservatives; nuts; corn syrup; GMOs; artificial colors, flavors, and sweeteners.

On a side note: Our apologies to those of you celebrating Passover: we were unable to find suitable products that are kosher for the holiday. Please tell us of your finds!

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