Update: Thousands of Allergy-Friendly Products Including Many from Four New Partners!

ByDave Bloom

-2021/05/20 598 Share

SSG Update — May 20, 2021

New Products!

We’ve added tons of new products to all editions of the Safe Snack Guide, our catalog of over 2,500 allergy-friendly products from 150+ responsible manufacturers!

Special Editions for a Variety of Allergen Exclusions!

The Safe Snack Guide is a family of guides that serve those with a variety of dietary restrictions including Peanut & Tree Nut FreeMilk (Dairy) FreeSesame Free, and Gluten Free guides to help you find products that meet your family’s specific allergen restrictions, or if your family is juggling a number of allergen restrictions, tailor your own Custom guide to exclude any combination of 11 allergens. Links to each are below.Click to visit sponsor 

Guides are Interactive!

Each guide is interactive: click any entry to see precisely how that product is manufactured with respect to the 11 allergens we track (peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame, mustard, and gluten) in our Allergence product screening service. That includes shared line/facility information you won’t find on the label or anywhere else — as well as links to the product’s store finder, website, and Amazon page.

New Partners!

In addition to many new products from members of our Manufacturer Partnership, we welcome products from eight new partner manufacturers:

Bread SRSLY — They’re serious about reuniting people with gluten-free sourdough when they think good bread is off the table! Using organic gluten-free grains and the magic of wild fermentation to bake traditional sourdough bread that is not only delicious, nourishing, and comforting, but also safe and inclusive. All of their products are certified gluten-free, kosher, and non-GMO and baked in a dedicated gluten-free, vegan, top 8 allergen-free, and sesame-free and mustard-free facility.

Two Fields Bakeshop — A destination where the worlds of allergy friendly food and deliciousness intersect. Pastry Chef and owner Nick Nikolopoulos set out on a mission to create made from scratch, celiac and allergy-friendly baked goods that can be enjoyed together, as it is meant to be. Their certified gluten-free facility is completely peanut, tree nut, wheat and sesame free.

Nature’s Turn — They believe that, no matter one’s socioeconomic status, everyone deserves simple, natural ingredients FREE of artificial colors, flavors and preservatives, high fructose corn syrup, and hydrogenated oils. Their dried fruit snacks are certified gluten-free and non-GMO, and made in a gluten-free, Top 8 allergen-free, sesame and mustard-free facility.

Safe4Me — A small Licensed Limited Food entity in Pennsylvania dedicated to production of candy, cookies and soaps that are safe for celiacs and those with the majority of common food allergies. Their facility is always free of wheat, soy, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, sesame, legumes, and latex related fruit allergens such as avocado, kiwi, chestnut, mango etc.

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Please discard your current guide and select the edition below to download the latest:

Peanut and Tree Nut Free Edition
Milk (Dairy) Free Edition
Gluten Free Edition
Sesame Free Edition
Custom Edition

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