A list of products and brands that are free of the top 8 allergens. Allergy friendly brands for baking, snacking, and more are included in this list.
Being a parent to a child with food allergies means that you can’t just run to the store and grab granola bars and cookies before a play date. (Obviously). You probably make a lot of your snack and treat foods at home, using ingredients that are free of the top 8 allergens. However, sometimes there are things that you have to buy from the store, whether it is baking ingredients, granola, seeds, or convenience snack foods.
Since your food allergy diagnosis, you’ve probably become concerned with cross contamination.
You’re cautious about the brands you choose, and you read labels carefully.
This is a list of products that are free of the top 8 allergens: milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soy, and many of them are made in a facility that does not process any of these allergens. This is not a sponsored post.
Disclaimer: I am not a healthcare professional. Please check with your doctor if you are unsure if these products are safe for you or your family. Always read labels, as ingredients and manufacturing processes change. This information is current as far as I understand it from the websites of these companies.
Disclosure: This list does contain some affiliate links.
Namaste Foods – Baking Blend, Brownie Mixes, Pizza Crust Mix, Cake Mix, and more, made in a dedicated allergen free facility.
123 Gluten Free – Cookie Mix, Baking Mix, Biscuit Mix, Cake Mix, Bar Mix, and more, made in a dedicated allergen free facility.
Living Now Gluten Free – Baking mixes, gluten free flour blend, and thickeners are all made in a dedicated facility.
King Arthur Flour Gluten Free Baking Blend – When I have called and spoken to the company, they informed me that the facility is allergen free. It is not advertised on the box. I would advise you to call the company yourself to confirm.
Zema’s Madhouse Foods – Pancake Mixes, Pizza Crust Mixes, Cookie Mixes, and Brownie Mixes.
Pascha Chocolate – Chocolate Bars and Chocolate Chips. PASCHA traces their ingredients back through the supply chain to ensure that they are allergen free.
No Cow No How Chocolate – Chocolate bars in many flavors – raspberry, spiced pear, vanilla, espresso , and more.
Free2b – This company very recently became dairy free, which means that their products and facility are now free of all the top allergens. You can even buy their candy by the dozen on Amazon. (affiliate link)
Surf Sweets – Gummies and Jelly Beans
Yummy Earth – Jelly Beans, Lollipops, Gummy Bears, and Fruit Snacks
88 Acres Granola Bars and Granola – We love the sea salt dark chocolate variety! 88 Acres traces their ingredients back through the supply chain to make sure that they are allergen free.
Enjoy Life Foods Plentils – Plentils are made on a line that also processes dairy products, but they do use a stringent cleaning process. Call the company to find out more.
Enjoy Life Foods Chewy Bars (My son likes the Cocoa Loco variety best)
Enjoy Life Foods Crunchy Cookies (affiliate link)
Gerbs Allergen Friendly Natural Foods – Dried Fruits, Granola, Seeds, Seed Butters, Cracker Mixes, Flours, Oats, and more.
Superseedz – Gourmet Pumpkin Seeds in flavors like cinnamon, tomato, curry, and more.
Namaste Foods – Quick and Easy Meals (Cup of Soup, Macaroni and Cheez)
Do you know of any other top 8 allergen free companies or product lines? Share them in the comment section!
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