Tons of New Product Additions to Our Allergy-Friendly Resources!


Looking for help finding allergy-friendly foods? We offer two resources that thousands of schools and tens of thousands of families like yours have relied on for more than a decade to keep allergens out of the classroom and the home: our family of Safe Snack Guides and our interactive Allergence product screening service.

The Safe Snack Guides are actually safe food guides that come in four standard editions — Peanut & Tree Nut Free, Milk (Dairy) Free, Sesame Free and Gluten Free — as well as over 8,500 Custom Editions tailored to specific restrictions to 11 allergens by our readers.

Allergence allows you to set profiles for each family member with restrictions to the FDA Top 9 — peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, fish, crustacean shellfish, and sesame — as well as mustard and gluten. You can then surf our database of over 3,000 products by category or manufacturer to find just what you’re looking for.

Most importantly, we NEVER rely on the label to determine whether a product is truly allergy-friendly. We work closely with over 200 partner manufacturers who use our proprietary platform to disclose precisely how the 11 allergens we track are processed during manufacture, including shared line/facility information not required by the FDA and not available anywhere else.

We’ve just updated these resources with tons of products from new members of our Manufacturer Partnership. Please welcome:

Daiya Foods — They go all out to earn a place on daily menus with plant-based nutrition that delivers delightful flavor, to ensure that everyone can gather around the table: food-allergic, flexitarian, vegan, and everyone in between. They offer products certified kosher, gluten-free and non-GMO made in a facility free of peanuts, eggs, milk, wheat, soy, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame mustard and gluten and coconut is the only tree nut used.

San Francisco Bakeshop — They make delicious cookie mixes with natural ingredients that are allergy-friendly, gluten-free, and vegan. With their mixes, you can bake ridiculously good cookies that are super easy to make and produced in a Top-9 allergen-free facility.

Maine Crisp Company — Buckwheat is an 8,000-year-old grain and gluten-free seed in the rhubarb family. Enjoyed worldwide as an integral part of diets due to its unique taste and nutritional benefits, buckwheat hasn’t been brought to US consumers in tasty snacks until now. Their crisps and crackers are certified kosher, gluten-free and non-GMO and are made in a facility free of peanuts, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, crustacean shellfish, mustard and gluten.

Yumi — They believe a healthier generation begins with healthier food. Yumi is a leading nutrition and food sciences company focused on intelligently-designed, science-backed food for every stage of development. To ensure peak nutrition and flavor in every bite, Yumi employs a team of experts that includes nutritionists, pediatricians, and metabolic health experts. Their products are certified kosher and organic and made in a facility free of peanuts, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame and mustard.

TigerMamas — Created by a mom who loves the yummy stuff but grew sick (literally) of the crummy stuff in the cookie aisle. At TigerMamas, there’s nothing hidden. They make craveable cookies from nature’s most nutritious ingredients sourced from 100% whole foods — and their superfood hero — the Tigernut! Their products are gluten-free and made in a facility free of peanuts, eggs, wheat, soy, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame and mustard.

The Jelly Bean Planet — Founded in 1862, Cloetta is a leading confectionary company in Northern Europe with products are sold in more than 50 countries worldwide with Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands as the main markets. Their jelly beans are gluten-free and made in a facility free of peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame, and gluten. Note: they use highly processed glucose syrup which is gluten-free but not wheat free.

UNCHAPPED—Their lip balms are all natural and handmade in-house. Inclusion is their goal, which is why their products are vegan, made with just 6 ingredients, and produced in a facility free of peanuts, eggs, milk, wheat, soy, fish, crustacean shellfish, mustard, and gluten.

With this update, we say goodbye to Trio Fudge, which has ceased operations, Glee Gum, which is under new management, and No Nuts!, which has exited our Manufacturer Partnership. As we no longer have relationships with these companies, we no longer have insight into their manufacturing processes and can no longer vouch for their products.

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Custom Edition

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