Asking Questions:

When you are looking for answers from manufacturers, the more specific your question, the more helpful your answer. For example, if you e-mail a company and ask for a list of their nut-free products, you will usually receive details about their labeling standards as opposed to specific products. This information is helpful, and you can follow-up with questions on specific products later.

If you e-mail or phone and ask about one or two specific products by name - you will get the answer you are looking for. Very, very few manufacturers can tell you all of their nut-free products without having to compile results - which they typically will not do.

When you have a question about a product, if you need an answer immediately, phone the customer service line as you will get an immediate response. Should you be looking for information on a product and you do not need immediate answers, you can use their web site to send your questions to them - but expect a 2-3 week delay before you receive your answer.

NOTE: Companies who have many nut-free products (such as Dare) may have products that use almond flavouring. Apparently there is a way to extract the almond flavouring but leave behind all of the protein so that is is non-allergenic. As always, check with the company first - but most of them have written guarantees from their suppliers that their almond flavour is non-allergenic.

Manufacturer Links:

Betty Crocker Cadbury Chocolate
Cakes By Robert Campbell's Soup
Catelli Chapman's
Cherry Brook Concord Confections
Dare Foods Lamontange Chocolat
General Mills Healthy Goodies Nut Free Gifts
Heinz Imagine Foods
It's Nut Free Kellogg's
Nestle Nonuttin' Granola Bars
Not Nutz Nicole's Chocolate
Nut Free Nut Free Gourmet
Pea Butter Philly Swirl
PK Foods (UK) Vermont Nut Free

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