Peanut free!!

peanut allergies, allergens, food allergies, and Technology

About

As you are probably aware peanut allergies can be deadly, I am using this blog to provide information I receive from food manufacturers/restaurants regarding the use of peanut and or the possibility of cross contamination in their foods. All posts are actual emails I have received.

Do you have a child with a peanut allergy?, please leave a comment if you know of  peanut free foods that you have found. 

Thanks

13 Responses to “About”

  1. Jenny Luray said

    I am looking for chocolate chips for baking that are peanut-free. Can someone please recommend a brand? Thanks

  2. Dave said

    Hi Jenny,

    We have been using Hersheys chocolate chips without any problems. We did call them and they did say they were made in a peanut free facility.

    • June said

      I also called Hershey’s. That could not confirm any single product to be peanut free, however, what they did say was that they take peanut allergies seriously and that the consumer needs to read each package prior to purchasing. If the label states a warning one time, it may not state it the next time. You need to read the labels each time you purchase one of their product. Don’t assume that it is peanut free just because their was no warning on a product one time. Each and every time they package a product it can have a possible warning or not.

  3. Susanne1966 said

    We use the 365 brand from Whole Foods. We checked with them and they confirmed that they are made in a peanut-free facility. But, of course, double check.

    Also, Vermont Nut Free Chocolates sell chocolate chips for baking on-line.

  4. I do not know how to reach the owner of this blog. I would like to share a great educational tool for those with peanut and tree nut allergies. The flashcards are called Beyond A Peanut – allergy flashcards. They help individuals learn that staying safe goes beyond the nut products. You can learn more about them at http://www.beyondapeanut.com Without checking with the owner I don’t want to provide to much information and “self promote”. You can contact me through my website. I would like to see how I can be listed as a resource. Flashcards are available on my website and Amazon.com This is a great blog! Thank you.

  5. PAinfo said

    Dear Dave,
    Would you please consider including our Food Allergy Support Board site in your list of links &/or Blog Roll?

    The site is new but loaded with a wealth of members who have years of experience dealing directly with the day-to-day journey of living with peanut allergy and other food allergies.

    The site is located at http://allergy.hyperboards.com/index.php

    Thank you so much for your consideration!

    Please feel free to visit our new board and contribute there in any way you might wish!

  6. Jessica said

    Hi Dave,
    Thank you for commenting on our blog and pointing us to your site. I’ll be keeping an eye out on your site for tips, now that we know about our son’s allergy.

    Best,
    Jessica

  7. Hello Dave,

    I have been spending some time looking at your site.

    I am contacting you about my site http://www.Allerneeds.com, in regards to adding a link to us in
    your links section at https://daveg227.wordpress.com/category/peanutfree-foods/

    We cater to those that are living w/ nut allergies. Hopefully we can help alleviate some
    of the difficulty finding safe foods to eat.

    Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about us.

    Thank you,

    Steve R.

  8. Hello,
    I own and operate a fairly new business making personalized allergy alert tags designed especially for kids with food allergies. The site can be found at. I would love to exchange links.

    Thanks,
    Kristine

  9. Sorry that link didn’t seem to work – my site is: http://www.AllergyAlertTags.com.

    Thanks again,
    Kristine

  10. Michele said

    Sweet Alexis products are Dairy, Egg, Tree Nut and Peanut Free. The products were created for Alexis and Ryan who both suffer from multiple food allergies (Alexis’ being more severe). All Sweet Alexis products are manufactored in a dedicated commercial kitchen on dedicated commercial kitchen. Food Allergy Buzz, Vermont Nut Free Chocolates among others have given the products glowing reviews. For more information go to http://www.sweetalexis.com. Thanks so much!

  11. Andrew said

    Shabtai Gourmet Gluten Free Bakery bakes Cakes & Cookies that are Peanut free, Gluten free, Dairy free, Casein free, Soy free, Lactose free, and Corn free. They are certified Kosher too! Two of Shabtai’s cookies are also egg free and vegan: Florentine Lace Cookies & Bon Bons.
    Shabtai bakes in a totally dedicated facility, where there is no possibility of cross contamination.
    You can see more about Shabtai’s allergen friendly products online @ http://www.shabtai-gourmet.com
    At the moment $5.95 flat rate shipping is offered on all orders no matter how large or small, across the entire United States! Enjoy!
    Got Questions? Send them to info@shabtai-gourmet.com

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