Sources of “Allergy-Friendly” Products & Services
For People with Food Allergies
The websites listed below include manufacturers of foods and other items that may be helpful to families of people with food allergies. Some items may be available in retail stores; others must be ordered on-line or by telephone. Check with each company as to its ingredients and manufacturing processes. This list is not comprehensive. Please let us know of other companies to include.
Always check every label every time you use a food product.
Recipes and manufacturing practices or locations do change.
Check with the company if you have questions.
For example, some products are manufactured in facilities that do not process peanuts or tree nuts.
Some products labeled “allergen-free” are manufactured in shared facilities which may also process foods containing your allergen – either on the same production lines that are cleaned between products or on “dedicated” production lines.
Ask your allergist if you have questions about whether a specific ingredient is safe for you or a member of your family.
This list is provided for information only.
AAFA New England does not endorse the products made by these companies, and is not responsible for the use of the products or any statements or claims made by the manufacturers.
Multiple products or Free of multiple allergens
Nut and/or Peanut free
www.amandasown.com (also dairy and egg free)
www.divvies.com (also dairy and egg free)
www.aricofoods.com (also casein free)
www.healthycrowd.com (also egg and dairy free)
www.kookiekarma.com (also egg and dairy free)
(i.e., for travel to other countries)
(medications, books, clothing, allergy awareness, etc.)