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Great Sources for Peanut Free Candy

Posted Apr 17 2009 12:30am

If your child has a peanut allergy, chances are you want your child to have some special peanut free treats. In the last few years the supply of this type of product has really come a long way. They are usually not extremely cheap but worth the splurge for an occasional treat.

I have compiled several places that sell these types of products. I know many of my readers are new to PA and would love a list of places to find some safe candy. Unless noted, I don't have any personal experience with these products. But, I would be willing to try each of these companies because they seem great.

This list is by no means exhaustive but just a few places that I have been impressed with their websites and peanut and tree nut free claims.
  • Allerneeds(I reviewed them here.They have a great feature that allows you to shop by allergy.
  • Dean's Sweet(safe hand-dipped truffles. Pricey...but they look good!)
  • Divvies(nut, egg and dairy free candy)
  • Fab Snacks(fellow blogger Jenniferstarted this company. I've never tried them but really love Jennifer and her blog. She will be a guest blogger here soon. She sells a little of everything.)
  • Gimbal's Candy (A few types of candies; their jellybeans are as good as Jelly Bellys.Amazon carries these, too)
  • No Nuttin'(granola bars, granola, chocolate chips, and more)
  • Vermont Nut Free(I think my SIL and I will be placing an order soon. I'll review them if we do. They have a large variety of chocolates that look wonderful!)
Don't forget to check out "The Peanut Allergy Kid" Amazon store. There are some great finds in there. Granted, you are buying in bulk. But, if you plan on feeding your PA kid special treats regularly, you will actually save yourself money in the long run. Plus you get free shipping on many of them.

Have I missed one of your favorite peanut treats websites on this list? Please let me know!!

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