There are many gluten free, dairy free, and allergy friendly products you can order on Amazon! Sometimes you can get even better deals than in the stores. Find out what products are available and where to find them online.
Whether you normally do a lot of shopping online or are starting to make some changes to your shopping habits, you might want to know what allergy friendly products are easily available online.
We do a fair amount of online shopping because it is convenient for our family, and because sometimes you can get a great price that you may not find in the stores. Plus, sometimes I’m not in the mood to run to six different stores to try to track down allergy friendly candy, safe snacks, chocolate chips, gluten free flour, and more. Who has that kind of time?
Fortunately, many allergy friendly products can be found online, and especially on Amazon. Most of these products are items that I try to keep in stock in our pantry. The majority of them can be found on Amazon, or if not in stock there right now, then on Vitacost.
You will need to call the companies if any of these brands are unfamiliar to you. Everyone has different allergies, and different comfort levels as far as shared lines and facilities. Also, policies and ingredients do change, so I recommend ALWAYS calling the company and reading the label.
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Allergy Friendly Baking Ingredients:
Namaste Perfect Flour Blend – This is our favorite gluten free, allergy friendly flour blend for cookies. It works really well.
Namaste Raw Goods – These are individual flours such as garbanzo bean flour, sweet brown rice flour, millet flour, golden ground flax seed and more. Sometimes these are on Amazon or Vitacost, but right now it looks like the stock is changing. It may be best to order directly from Namaste.
Dr. Bronner’s Organic Coconut Oil – When I called I was told this was made in a coconut only facility.
Grains and Pantry Items:
Ancient Harvest Quinoa – This is often on Amazon, but looks like it is currently out of stock. It is also available on vitacost.com. Take a look at their allergen chart here.
Jovial Gluten Free Pasta Elbows – This pasta is produced in a top 8 allergen free facility. Read labels carefully – not everything Jovial makes is top 8 free.
Lundberg Rice – Lundberg bagged rice is made in a facility that is free of the top 8 allergens. Other products made by Lundberg may not be made in the same facility (such as the rice cakes).
Eden Brand Dried Beans and Lentils, and Canned Beans – You may be able to find these on Vitacost. They were in stock up until about a week ago. Beans seem to be a hot commodity these days. Whole Foods carries this brand if you are heading out to shop. Eden is a brand that has very good allergen policies and procedures. They are always very helpful on the phone when I call.
GF Harvest Certified Gluten Free Organic Rolled Oats – Produced in a facility that is free of the top 9 allergens. This is the only brand of oats we use.
Allergy Friendly Snack Foods:
Enjoy Life Breakfast Ovals – My sons like the Chocolate Banana and the Maple Fig varieties.
Superseedz – I normally buy these on Amazon, but the price seems to be high right now. It looks like they are having a big sale on the Superseedz website this month, though.
Simply 7 Quinoa Chips – These are gluten free chips my sons enjoy. The facility is tree nut, peanut, and sesame free from what I was told the last time I called. There are other allergens at the facility.
Made Good Granola Bars and Bites – Made in an allergen free facility and lots of flavors to choose from.
Made Good Mini Cookies – My boys like these but be aware they are very soft and may not pack well in lunches. They get a little crumbly.
88 Acres Chocolate Chip Granola Bars – These are my favorite allergy friendly granola bar and I was SO happy when they became available on Amazon! I love the Dark Chocolate Sea Salt version, but cinnamon is good, too.
Don’t Go Nuts Granola Bars – Peanut, tree nut, sesame, gluten, and more allergen free. These bars do contain soy, and share equipment with dairy.
Free Yum Bars – These bars are free of the top 9 allergens. My sons prefer the Chocolate Chip variety.
Cybele’s Free to Eat Cookies – Looks like the stock is low on these on Amazon in some flavors right now.
We recently began ordering produce from Imperfect Foods. I have been very happy with the quality and price of the produce.
They do disclose that they have allergens in their facility, but practice safe handling procedures. You can read their FAQ here. This is not a deal breaker for me, as a normal grocery store has lots of allergens all over the place, and lots of people touching everything, and we wash our produce thoroughly anyway. If you want to try Imperfect Foods, you can get $10 off your first box with my affiliate link.