Some Products OK* List

 Companies where only some of their products are safe and made in a peanut free facility are listed here. To be included on this list I have found that these companies make some of their products in a peanut free facility, and other products in another facility where peanuts are present. Companies listed here informed me of this when I reached out via phone or email, this information is printed on the product label, or on their website. Each name listed links to their website, click on the brand to learn more about their foods. Please keep in mind that manufacturing practices can and do change. Always read each product's ingredient list before trying any of the items on these lists. List started October 2019.

Baking:

365 Everyday Value-Whole Foods Market in store 365 brand has some products that are peanut free and not processed in a facility with peanuts. I have found that their all purpose flour, and canola oil are safe. However, I am not convinced they are consistent with labeling cross contamination risk, and have read about many recalls where products are miss-labeled. For example they recently, January 2020, recalled their 365 dark chocolate sandwich cookies for undeclared peanuts. I would advise against consuming any cookies, snacks, etc.

Beyond Good by MadeCasse- Chocolate bars are processed in peanut free facilities, however Vanilla extract & Vanilla Products are processed in a separate facility were peanuts are present.

Bob's Red Mill-Many products like their Old Fashioned Rolled Oats, baking soda and baking powder, and much more are all made in a facility where there are no peanuts present. From their website, "Our Conventional Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Our Gluten Free Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Bob’s Bars and Homestyle Granolas are produced and packaged in off-site facilities that handle peanuts and tree nuts (tree nuts may include but not limited to: walnuts, pecans, almonds, macadamia nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, sesame seeds and pistachios). Oat Crackers are produced and packaged in an off-site facility that handles almonds, sesame seeds and coconut."

Coconut Secret-It is very confusing to sort out which products are safe because they use a separate third party facility to package everything they make and they also have contradictory allergen statements. From piecing it all together the only two Coconut Secret products that are both produced and packaged in a peanut free facility are Coconut Flour and Coconut Crystals. All other Coconut Secret products including such products as Coconut Aminos, Vinegar, Nectar, 3 Crunch Bars are all bottled and packaged in a facility with peanuts.

Color Kitchen-Produces food coloring, sprinkles and gluten free baking mixes made from natural sources. Everything is made in a peanut free facility except their Easter Egg Colors and some bulk products for bakeries. Any of the other retail colors and sprinkles are peanut free.

Equal Exchange-I have found that their chocolate chips, cocoa and baking chocolate are all made in a peanut free facility, and they label this on the bag, along with any cross contamination risk for other allergens. Their chocolate bars, chocolate minis, packaged nuts and other goods are not made in a peanut free facility and are not safe to eat.

Guittard- Chocolate for baking is made in a peanut free facility and safe to use in baking. But the Guittard chocolate bars for snacking/eating are processed in a facility with peanuts.

In The Raw-Their Sugar in the Raw Turbinado Cane Sugar is made in a peanut free facility.

Let's Do Organic®-All Coconut products are peanut fee and made in a peanut free facility except their Organic Coconut Flour. The Organic Coconut Flour is produced in a facility with peanuts.

Mi-Del-Many of the Mi-Del products including their pie crusts, and their cookies like their ginger snaps  and gluten free cookies, are made in a dedicated peanut free facility. However, I have found that their seasonal cookies and are not made in a peanut free facility. Make sure you always check the label; the items that are safe say ' Produced in a Peanut-Free facility'.

Miss Jones Baking Co.-Produces baking mixes and frostings. All the products I have checked are peanuts free and made in a peanut free facility. They state any cross contamination risk on the products label, make sure to read the label to be sure it is safe .

NOW Foods- Click on the brand name and there is a list of all of their products that are peanut free and produced in a peanut free facility. The list includes many items such as baking ingredients, chia seeds, raw almonds, olive oil and more.

Pamela's-Pamela's Baking Mixes, Pancake Mixes, Baking Ingredients and Paleo Flours are made in a peanut free facility. Their Cookies, Snack Bars, Graham Crackers, Pasta and Pasta Meals and Ramen are all made in facilities where peanuts are present and none of these products are safe to enjoy.

Spice Islands- In order to find out which products are made in a peanut free facility you have to inquire about each individual spice and provide a upc code for each as well. I asked about the Spice Islands products I had in my pantry, and after much hassle found out that Cinnamon, Allspice and Fennel Seeds and Nutmeg are safe but Dried Basil and Vanilla Extract are not. Before you use any other of their spices/products call, do not email, call them, and ask about each item individually, until you ask them consider the product not safe to use.

Sweet Leaf- I called Sweet Leaf and they informed me that their Sweet Leaf Stevia products do not contain peanuts, and are not made in a facility with peanuts, they did let me know that hazelnuts are present. Sweet Leaf Monk Fruit products are not safe to enjoy. They have a peanut butter flavor. Only the Sweet Leaf Stevia products are safe to enjoy.

The Cookie Countess-Offers a variety of baking and decorating supplies. They let me know that their Gel Colors, Airbrush Colors & PYO Edible Paint Palettes and the Roxy & Rich items, like Hybrid Sparkle Dusts & Cake Drip are made in a nut-free facility. All Sprinkles they sell are all made in a a facility with either peanuts/nuts preset and are not safe. They sell sprinkles from these brands: Sweetapolita, Gourmet Baking Company and Bakery Bling.

Wholesome- All Sugar for Baking and Surf Sweets line of Candies are safe to eat.

Wholly Wholesome- Gluten Free Pie Shell is made in a peanut free facility and peanut free. Although their other products, like pizza dough,  are peanut free, I do not know if they are processed in a peanut free facility. Check the product label to see if their other foods are safe.

Wilton-Their website has a ingredient section that is good about stating any cross contact risk for each product, also most product labels themselves have a 'may contain statement' as well. I have found that their colored sugar and frosting is safe to have but not most seasonal sprinkles or baking mixes.

Bath/Body/Makeup/Skincare/Toothpaste: (Read more about these brands & finding peanut free makeup, skincare & toothpaste on my BLOG)

Badger Healthy Body Care- Some products like Lip Balm and most sunscreen that they make at their own facility are safe. Their website states: products manufactured at our subcontractors' facilities (Lip Tints, After-Bug Balm, Shave Soap, Shampoo Bar, Canadian Sunscreens, and all SPF 25 Sunscreen Lotions (Rose, Rose Tinted & Unscented) do not contain peanuts but may be produced on equipment that also produces products containing peanuts. So just make sure you do not use any of their products that are made at a subcontractors' facility to be safe.

Beautycounter- They "conduct testing for peanut allergens to ensure that the presence of such allergens is below the current detectable limits. Because we cannot guarantee allergen-free facilities nor the absence of trace, non-detectable levels, we encourage those with allergies to consult a doctor prior to use. The follow products have been tested and are below detectable limits". Click on this link to see the list of products they have tested for the presence of peanuts: https://www.beautycounter.com/allergens

Kosas Cosmetics- When I reached out they were able to confirm that, "all of the products listed below are peanut/ peanut oil free:

Tinted Face Oil, Creme Blush, Lipstick, Lip Oil, 10-Second Eyeshadow, LipFuel. I have contacted our team to confirm if our Powdered Blushes and Revealer Concealers are peanut free/nut free so I will reach out once I hear back." I appreciate that Kosas Cosmetics is being thorough and taking the time to look into each product they make. Because of this it makes me feel safe to try the cosmetics listed above, even though they do not directly state the absence of peanuts in the facility. Knowing the items listed above are for sure free of peanuts/peanut oil makes me feel comfortable to use them, especially since I will spot check them as always. For a spot check I place some product on the inside of my wrist, and leave it for a couple hours just to make sure I do not have a reaction to double check it is safe for me to use.

Beverages (Coffee, Juice, Milk Alternatives & Tea):(Read about many of these brands on my BLOG)

Art of Tea- They do not use any peanuts in any of their teas, and there are no peanuts present in their facility but they do have two teas that contain chocolate powder and these two teas are not safe to enjoy because they do not know if the chocolate powder is free of peanut cross contamination risk. These two teas are not safe to try : Aztec Spice and Velvet Teas.

 

Groundwork- I really like Groundwork's their coffee and teas are peanut free, and processed in a peanut free facility. But be aware, as of November 2020 Groundwork is now offering a latte made with peanuts in their coffee shops!! This means that their shops, which are scattered around Los Angeles, are no longer safe to visit. They have assured me however that their prepackaged coffee is still safe to enjoy and is still roasted and packaged in their allergen free facility in North Hollywood.

 

GT's Living Foods- None of their products contain peanuts but I have only confirmed that their Kombucha is also made in their own facility that does not process any peanuts.

Harmless Harvest- Coconut water and dairy free coconut yogurt cups are produced and packed in peanut free facilities. However, the dairy-free yogurt drink is produced in a facility which handles peanuts containing ingredients and not safe to have.

 

Pressed Juicery- Juices are manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts but not peanuts. Freezes and Signature Blends contain almonds but none of the products they make contain peanuts. Many stores however do sell packaged snacks that contain peanuts made by other brands.

R.W. Knudsen-When I inquired if their juice is made in a peanut free facility they told me that any cross contamination risk would be labeled on the product label with a 'may contain' statement. Every juice that I have looked at has been safe to have.

Two Leaves and a Bud Tea-They confirmed that, "Our teas are packed in a facility free from any peanuts or tree nuts. The only thing produced in our facilities is tea. When it comes to other allergies, we do recommend that you avoid our teas with flavoring, as we don't test the flavoring for allergens and can't be 100% certain that they are okay for people with other allergies. Here is a list of our teas that have no natural flavoring, so you can be totally confident that you are safe with these: Organic Assam, Organic Darjeeling, Organic English Breakfast, Jasmine Petal, Organic Tamayokucha, Organic Bai Mu Dan, Organic Chamomile, Organic Peppermint, Organic Invigorate, Organic Better Belly, Organic Better Rest, Organic Paisley English Breakfast, Organic Paisley Sencha Green,Organic Paisley Chamomile, Organic Paisley Peppermint"

 

Verve Coffee Roasters- Verve coffee is roasted and packaged in a peanut free facility. But their coffee shops and cafes do offer foods made with peanuts so only their packaged coffee is safe to enjoy.

 

Beverages (Liquor/Distilled Spirits):

Malibu Rum-Malibu Rum Lists all ingredients on their website under the nutritional info for each alcohol, I have not seen any that contain peanuts but I would still check.

Bread & Gluten Free Bread/Cereal/Granola:

Annie's Homegrown- Labels any cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. From their email to me, "If peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, crustaceans, fish, and sesame are not listed in the ‘contains’ or ‘may contain’ list, it’s because there is none in the product and there is no risk of cross-contact with these allergens at any stage of production, from the farm through product packaging." I have found that their cereal, ketchup, mustard, bunny snacks, graham crackers and most cookies are safe to have, their cookie dough and granola bars are not. Make sure to read the individual product's packaging for which items are safe to consume.

Bob's Red Mill-Many products like their Old Fashioned Rolled Oats, baking soda and baking powder, and much more are all made in a facility where there are no peanuts present. From their website, "Our Conventional Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Our Gluten Free Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Bob’s Bars and Homestyle Granolas are produced and packaged in off-site facilities that handle peanuts and tree nuts (tree nuts may include but not limited to: walnuts, pecans, almonds, macadamia nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, sesame seeds and pistachios). Oat Crackers are produced and packaged in an off-site facility that handles almonds, sesame seeds and coconut."

Cadoro Bakery- Produces breads and baked goods available in the Los Angeles area. They do use tree nuts but told me they do not use peanuts in their bakery. Their label states any cross contamination risk so make sure to check the label every time. 

Cascadian Farm Organic- Produces many cereals, granola and granola bars. I have found that they sometimes label for cross contact risk on their cereal. But, they have two granola bar flavors, Chocolate Drizzle and Oats&Honey, that clearly state on the box that are made in a peanut free facility. I feel safe having their granola bars that are made in the peanut free facility and their cereal if the box has a clear 'may contain' statement. If I do not see a 'may contain' statement then I do not risk it because they are inconsistent with labeling for allergy risk.

General Mills- They state that, "Our products are labeled for the top 8 allergens: peanuts tree nuts (including coconut) dairy products eggs soy wheat crustaceans fish. In addition, we label sesame and mollusks. We label for these allergens using CONTAINS and/or MAY CONTAIN lists located directly below the product’s ingredient list. CONTAINS means that the allergen(s) is included in the product’s recipe. The allergen(s) will be listed in the ingredient list, and also in the CONTAINS statement just below the ingredient list. MAY CONTAIN means that the allergen(s) is not in the product’s recipe but could be present as result of the manufacturing process regardless of our best efforts to exclude it. These allergens will not be included in the ingredient list." Since they label for any cross contamination risk make sure you thoroughly read the products ingredients and "may contain" statement. If you see a "may contain" statement, and the statement did not include peanuts then I would feel safe consuming that food. 

Kashi- Labels any cross contamination risk. I have found that some of their breakfast cereals are safe to eat, refer to the individual product's packaging for which items are safe to consume.

Kelloggs- Labels any cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume.

King's Hawaiian- They state, "We are thrilled to inform you that it is safe for anyone with a nut allergy to enjoy any King’s Hawaiian® Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and Bread in our orange packaging. Our products as well as our production lines are all nut-free. (This applies to KING’S HAWAIIAN® bread and rolls (Original Hawaiian Sweet, Honey Wheat and Savory Butter varieties) available in grocery stores nationwide and not to our retail bakery items sold in our Torrance, California restaurants and bakeries.) Make sure you're enjoying one of the products listed above to be sure that it is made in a peanut free facility.

One Degree Organic Foods- They do not use any peanuts but some of the facilities that manufacture their prdcuts do. If a product is safe the package will state that it is made in a peanut free facility. I have found that their granola is safe but not their cereal.

Three Sisters-Peace Cereal is made in a a peanut free facility. All other cereals produced by Three Sisters are made in a separate facility with peanuts and are not safe to eat. 

Condiments & Salad Dressing:

Annie's Homegrown- Labels any cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. From their email to me, "If peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, crustaceans, fish, and sesame are not listed in the ‘contains’ or ‘may contain’ list, it’s because there is none in the product and there is no risk of cross-contact with these allergens at any stage of production, from the farm through product packaging." I have found that their cereal, ketchup, mustard, bunny snacks, graham crackers and most cookies are safe to have, their cookie dough and granola bars are not. Make sure to read the individual product label every time to be sure there are no peanuts.

 

Chosen Foods- I have confirmed that their Salad Dressings & these Mayo's: Traditional Avocado Oil Mayo, Avocado Oil Vegan Mayo, Keto Mayo, Avocado Oil Mayo Lime,  Harissa Mayo, Wasabi Mayo, Organic Chosen Bend Mayo, Roasted Garlic Mayo, are made in a peanut free facility. None of their products contain peanuts but there is refined peanut oil in the manufacturing plant for some products like Sesame Oil and Infused Sprays. They are happy to share information on cross contamination risk for their products so if you want to see the allergen statement for one of their products just send them a email.

Daiya- Makes a variety of dairy free foods including dairy free cheese, gluten free frozen pizza and much more. All of their foods are made in peanut free facilities except their Salad Dressings and Desert Bars these two items are not safe to enjoy as they are made in a facility where peanuts are present.

Kikkoman- Makes a variety of Asian sauces such as Soy Sauce and Teriyaki Sauce. They have a wonderful allergen chart that lists every product and any cross contamination risk from the top allergens.

Lee Kum Lee-From their faq section, "Products produced by the U.S. manufacturing facilities are free of peanuts and its derivatives. For all products made in China, peanuts and its derivatives exist in the same facilities and may share the same production lines.". So, only products that are made in their USA manufacturing facilities are safe. I find this very confusing and unless I can clearly see on the bottle that it was produced in a USA facility I would steer clear of their products.

Lillie's Q*- As of 2022 their sauces are now made in a facility with peanuts. The only items that are made in a facility with no peanuts are their kettle chips and rubs.

Primal Kitchen- Only Spicy Brown Mustard is made in a peanut free facility and safe to eat. All other Primal Kitchen products are processed in a facility with peanuts and are not safe.

Red Boat Fish Sauce- From their website, "40°N Fish Sauce, 50°N Phamily Reserve Classic, Mắm Nêm and Red Boat Salt are manufactured in-house, meaning there are no other allergens or cross-contamination besides fish. For our other products, please visit the individual product details page for more information.". I have found they if you check the product they state if their is any allergen cross contact risk.

Sir Kensington's- Their Ketchup, Mayo and Mustard are all made in a peanut free facility. The all other Sir Kensington's products such as Dressings and Everything Sauces are all processed in a facility with peanuts present and are not safe.

The New Primal, Noble Made- Only their coconut aminos and marinades are made in a peanut free facility. Another facility makes all their other products including buffalo sauce, barbeque sauce and dressings and this facility is not peanut-free.

Tabasco- The classic hot sauce original Tabasco flavor is made in a peanut free facility and safe to eat. Other products are processed in a facility with peanuts.

Dairy (Butter, Cheese, Milk & Yogurt):

Clover Sonoma- Only Clover Milk is made in a peanut free facility and safe to consume. All other Clover products including butter, yogurt and more, are all processed in a facility with peanuts.

Liberte- Labels all cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume.

Lifeway Kefir- Lifeway Kefir and Helios Kefir drinkable products are produced in facilities that are 100 percent peanut and tree nut free. But their frozen products, like Frozen Kefir, Frozen Kefir Bars and Frozen ProBugs, are packaged at a facility that also packages products that contain peanuts and tree nuts.

Organic Valley-Yogurt, Sliced Provolone, Mild and Sharp Cheddar (8 oz block), Monterey Jack (8 oz block), Ricotta, Mozzarella (8 oz block), Stringles and Cream Cheese are peanut free and processed in a peanut free facility. You have to ask Organic Valley about each individual item to find out which of their products are safe, and it took about a month to hear back about all the foods I inquired about. Their customer service was very nice, and Roy inquired to each individual facility/farm about the cheeses I asked about. I did ask about some of their meat products, and the answer is listed below under the Meat section. If you are interested in knowing if any of their other foods reach out to them directly.

Stonyfield Organic- Every product (i.e.Yogurt) safe to eat except Frozen Yogurt. The frozen yogurt is processed in a facility with peanuts and not safe to eat.

Straus Organic Creamery -Straus Products are all made in a peanut free facility and they do not use any peanuts in anything. Straus, butter, yogurt, milk etc,  everything except certain ice cream flavors, are all safe to enjoy. The cookies/brownies added to several flavors of their ice cream are made by another company whose facility does process nuts. Any Straus ice cream that contains any baked good is not safe due to the risk of cross contamination.

Tillamook-All cheese, butter and yogurt does not come into contact or have any risk of coming into contact with any peanuts and is safe to eat. Tillamook ice cream however is not safe; some flavors contain peanuts and all ice cream is produced in a facility with peanuts.

Trader Joe's- Trader Joe's is not consistent about labeling for cross contamination risk on their foods, but they will answer your questions about their facilities, and products if you call them. So far I have only inquired about their Buttermilk which is safe and bottled in a peanut free facility. I would recommend always calling and asking them before you try any Trader Joe's food or product that does not have a clear 'may contain' statement on the label.

Dairy & Egg Alternatives:

Califia Farms-PET plastic bottle products(oat milk, nut milks etc, in plastic bottles) are made in a facility that processes tree nuts, these are safe. But the laminated carton products(oat milk, nut milks etc, in cartons) are processed in a facility that processes dairy, tree nuts and peanuts, these are not safe.

Daiya- Makes a variety of dairy free foods including dairy free cheese, gluten free frozen pizza and much more. All of their foods are made in peanut free facilities except their Salad Dressings and Desert Bars these two items are not safe to enjoy as they are made in a facility where peanuts are present.

Harmless Harvest- Coconut water and dairy free coconut yogurt cups are produced and packed in peanut free facilities. However, the dairy-free yogurt drink is produced in a facility which handles peanuts containing ingredients and not safe to have.

JUST- JUST Egg makes egg replacement products. Their JUST Egg Liquid and JUST Egg Folded are both made in a peanut free facility, but their JUST Mayo is not safe and is made in a facility where peanuts are present.

Oatly- Although none of their products contain peanuts only some are made in a peanut free facility. The 32 oz ambient oatmilks (sold online and used in cafes) and 64 oz and 32 oz chilled oatmilks (sold at grocery stores) are made in a facility that does not process anything with peanuts. Their other products, including frozen desserts, are processed in facilities that may include peanuts and any of the top 8 allergens. However, they test the finished product for the presence of allergens. So I feel they are safe to enjoy, but since they are not made in a peanut free faciltiy I have placed Oatly on this list for you to decide. Here is what they say on their FAQ section: "we also test our finished products to ensure they meet our allergen requirements and are suitable for people with top 9 allergies."

Fresh/Frozen Fruit, Lettuce & Vegetables:

Earthbound Farm Organic-Fresh Organic Salads and Greens, Fresh Veggies and Fresh Organic Snack Recipe Ready Vegetables are all processed in a peanut free facility. All Earthbound Farms Salad Kits and all Frozen Fruit/Berries and Frozen Vegetables are not safe to eat and are processed in a facility with peanuts.

Woodstock Foods- Canned Organic Cranberry Sauce  or Whole CranberriesFrozen Vegetables (not Frozen Mixed Vegetable Varieties) and Frozen Fruit are made in peanut free facilities.  Their Frozen Mixed Vegetable Varieties and shelf stable packaged "Just Fruit" products are made in facilities with peanuts and are not safe to eat. Woodstock advised to call them at 855-423-2630 with the UPC code of all other products to check if they are processed in a peanut free facility or not.

Meat & Poultry:

Applegate Farms- Most of their products are produced in a peanut free facility and are safe to eat like: Burgers, Hot Dogs, Sausage, Cheese and Most Deli Meat.  However, the following are produced in a different facility with peanuts present and are not safe to eat: Applegate Genoa Salami (all varieties), Applegate Naturals Authentic Prosciutto, Applegate Naturals Soppressata, Applegate Naturals Charcuterie Plate Genoa Salami & Cheddar, Applegate Naturals Charcuterie Plate Genoa Salami & Pepper Jack.

Epic Provisions- Labels for cross contamination risk.

Gorton's- They said, "Our flagship production facility located in Gloucester, MA does NOT use any eggs, tree nuts, peanuts. To determine if an item was made at our flagship location, please check the 6 digit date code on the package. If the letter in the 5th position is one of the following: B,C,D,E,F,G,L,N,Q then the item was made at this location.  Products will other letters should be avoided as they are made in facility that DOES use one or more of those ingredients. As we do move production of items to other locations at various times,  please check the date code on each package. Example below with a “G” in the 5th position."

Ian's- Many of Ian's products are made in a dedicated peanut free facility such as their chicken nuggets, fish sticks and corn dogs, just to list a few foods. But, Ian’s Alphatots and Panko Breadcrumbs are produced in a facility that does not produce any products containing peanuts, but products containing peanuts could potentially be brought into the building so these two foods are not safe.

Mary's Chickens-Mary's Chickens does not use any peanuts in their processing plant. Their raw Poultry, Chicken, Duck and Turkey, are all safe to enjoy. When you see a Mary's Chickens product that is made by them or Pitman Farms (their farm) they have let me know that this is safe as well, they do not use any peanuts in their processing pant, make sure the item is on their list: Mary's Chickens Products.  Be aware, I have seen prepackaged marinated May's Chicken prepared by other brands using their poultry like Tarantino Wholesale Distributors, and this is a separate facility from Mary's Chickens, I have emailed them but and I do not know if they process peanuts or not.

Organic Valley-Beef and Turkey Hot Dogs, and Deli Slices (all varieties), do not contain peanuts in the facility. To find out which products are peanut free and produced in a peanut free facility you have to inquire about each individual item. I did not ask about any other meat products made by Organic Valley so I do not know if other meat products that are not listed here are safe to eat. I inquired about some of their cheese, and the answer is listed above under the Dairy section. If you are interested in knowing if any of their other foods reach out to them directly.

Wellshire Farms- All varieties of their bacon and hot dogs are produced in peanut free facilities.

Nutrition/Other/Vitamins:

GummiKing- They state that, "At GummiKing™ , we understand just how common allergies are among children. That’s why, we manufacture products in an allergen free room. If your child has allergies, they can still take our vitamins as they contain no yeast, wheat, milk, eggs, soy, gluten, salt, peanuts, tree nuts, artificial colors, artificial flavors, salicylates, or preservatives." I feel that their Gummi's are safe, but because they are not a peanut free facility, just a peanut free room, I have placed them on this list.

 

Nutiva- They will send you a complete allergen statement if you request it, and also claim they label products that are produced in a certified peanut free facility with, "Bottled in a Peanut Free Facility” or "Certified Peanut/Allergy Free product." I found the following product has such a statement and is safe to enjoy:  Organic Liquid Coconut Oil. I see some inconstancy with products that on their allergen statement are shown to be made in a facility without peanuts, but yet these items do not have their safe allergen statement. I am only going to only try products that state that they are from a peanut free facility, no matter what the allergen fact sheet might state. After reviewing their allergen statement in January of 2021 I have found that the following items are produced in a facility with peanuts and are not safe to enjoy: Organic MCT Oil Powder Chocolate, Organic MCT Oil Powder Vanilla, Organic Hemp Protein Vanilla, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Chocolate, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Almond, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Original.

Oil & Vinegar:

365 Everyday Value-Whole Foods Market in store 365 brand has some products that are peanut free and not processed in a facility with peanuts. I have found that their all purpose flour, and canola oil are safe. However, I am not convinced they are consistent with labeling cross contamination risk, and have read about many recalls where products are miss-labeled. For example they recently, January 2020, recalled their 365 dark chocolate sandwich cookies for undeclared peanuts. I would advise against consuming any cookies, snacks, etc.

Bionaturae- Most of their products including: tomatoes, olive oil, vinegar, semolina pasta and gluten free pasta are made in a peanut free facility. But, their their fruit spreads and fruit nectars are not safe, and may contain peanuts, if you are unsure visit their website and check the allergen statement for each product.

Borsari Foods- All seasonings are made in their own facility that does not process anything with peanuts. I have not inquired if their olive oil or other products are safe.

Colavita Foods-Only Vinegar is made in a peanut free facility and safe to consume. All varieties of Colavita Olive Oil and all other products are processed in a facility with peanuts. (Read about Colavita Foods on the blog)

NOW Foods- Click on the brand name and there is a list of all of their products that are peanut free and produced in a peanut free facility. The list includes many items such as baking ingredients, chia seeds, raw almonds, olive oil and more.

Nutiva- They will send you a complete allergen statement if you request it, and also claim they label products that are produced in a certified peanut free facility with, "Bottled in a Peanut Free Facility” or "Certified Peanut/Allergy Free product." I found the following product has such a statement and is safe to enjoy:  Organic Liquid Coconut Oil. I see some inconstancy with products that on their allergen statement are shown to be made in a facility without peanuts, but yet these items do not have their safe allergen statement. I am only going to only try products that state that they are from a peanut free facility, no matter what the allergen fact sheet might state. After reviewing their allergen statement in January of 2021 I have found that the following items are produced in a facility with peanuts and are not safe to enjoy: Organic MCT Oil Powder Chocolate, Organic MCT Oil Powder Vanilla, Organic Hemp Protein Vanilla, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Chocolate, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Almond, Squeezable Coconut Manna™ Original.

Rustichella d’Abruzzo -All Pastas and Tomato Sauces and Olive Oil are produced in produced in facilities that do not contain traces of peanuts, soy or legumes.

Pantry General (Canned Foods, Dried Goods, Frozen Foods, Soups, Stocks & Tomato Sauce):

Bionaturae- Most of their products including: tomatoes, olive oil, vinegar, semolina pasta and gluten free pasta are made in a peanut free facility. But, their their fruit spreads and fruit nectars are not safe, and may contain peanuts, if you are unsure visit their website and check the allergen statement for each product.

Bob's Red Mill-Many products like their Old Fashioned Rolled Oats, are made in a peanut free facility. From their website, "Our Conventional Facility processes almonds, coconut, walnuts, soy, wheat, milk, eggs (whites and yolks) and sesame seeds. Our Gluten Free Facility processes almonds, hazelnuts, cashews, coconut, macadamia nuts, soy and sesame seeds. Our new line of Bob’s Bars and Pan Baked Granolas are produced and packaged in off-site facilities that handle wheat, peanuts, egg, soy, milk and tree nuts..."

Daiya- Makes a variety of dairy free foods including dairy free cheese, gluten free frozen pizza and much more. All of their foods are made in peanut free facilities except their Salad Dressings and Desert Bars these two items are not safe to enjoy as they are made in a facility where peanuts are present.

Ian's- Many of Ian's products are made in a dedicated peanut free facility such as their chicken nuggets, fish sticks and corn dogs, just to list a few foods. But, Ian’s Alphatots and Panko Breadcrumbs are produced in a facility that does not produce any products containing peanuts, but products containing peanuts could potentially be brought into the building so these two foods are not safe due to the chance of cross contamination.

Lunberg Family Farms- Only their Packaged Rice Products and Rice Cakes are produced in a peanut free facility.

Manitoba Farms- Produces foods with Hemp Seeds such as Granola and Snacks. Hemp Hearts are manufactured in a 100% hemp dedicated facility and safe to eat. All other products such as granola, are made in a facility with peanuts and are not safe to eat.

Masseria Mirogallo- All Tomato Sauces do not contain traces of peanuts.

Matt's Munchies-Produces dried fruit and coconut. They label the bag for cross contamination risk, I have not found any that contain peanuts but cannot confirm that all their products are safe so check each individual package.

Made in Nature-Produces a variety of dried goods and snacks . They label for any allergen and cross contamination risk. I have found that their dried fruitveggie pops, figgy pops, coconut chips, nuts over fruit are all safe. Their Ancient Fudge is not safe and is made in a facility with peanuts present. Please refer to each products package to make sure it is safe.

NOW Foods- Click on the brand name and there is a list of all of their products that are peanut free and produced in a peanut free facility. The list includes many items such as baking ingredients, chia seeds, raw almonds, olive oil and more.

Patience Fruit & Co- The Classic line of dried fruit and berries are peanut free and made in a peanut free facility. However, other products like their Chococrunch Bites are not safe to eat. Check the package, the products that are safe say 'made in a peanut free facility' on the label.

Plant Strong Foods-I have found that only their broths are safe and made in a peanut free facility and clearly states this on the box. However, they make many other products that are not safe such as granola.  Make sure to check the package every time.

The New Primal- Only Coconut Aminos and Marinades are safe to eat. All BBQ sauce and all other products are produced in a facility with peanuts.

Rustichella d’Abruzzo -All Pastas and Tomato Sauces and Olive Oil are produced in produced in facilities that do not contain traces of peanuts, soy or legumes.

Woodstock Foods- Canned Organic Cranberry Sauce  or Whole CranberriesFrozen Vegetables (not Frozen Mixed Vegetable Varieties) and Frozen Fruit are made in peanut free facilities.  Their Frozen Mixed Vegetable Varieties and shelf stable packaged "Just Fruit" products are made in facilities with peanuts and are not safe to eat. Woodstock advised to call them at 855-423-2630 with the UPC code of all other products to check if they are processed in a peanut free facility or not.

Pasta & Noodles:

Bertagni- Bertagni labels for cross contamination risk with a 'may contain statement'. I have not seen any pastas that 'may contain peanuts'. But I have not confirmed that their facility is peanut free. Refer to the product's label.

 

Bionaturae- Most of their products including: tomatoes, olive oil, vinegar, semolina pasta and gluten free pasta are made in a peanut free facility. But, their their fruit spreads and fruit nectars are not safe, and may contain peanuts, if you are unsure visit their website and check the allergen statement for each product.

Pamela's-Pamela's Baking Mixes, Pancake Mixes, Baking Ingredients and Paleo Flours are made in a peanut free facility. Their Cookies, Snack Bars, Graham Crackers, Pasta and Pasta Meals and Ramen are all made in facilities where peanuts are present and none of these products are safe to enjoy.

Rustichella d’Abruzzo -All Pastas and Tomato Sauces and Olive Oil are produced in produced in facilities that do not contain traces of peanuts, soy or legumes.

Sun Noodle-Sun Noodle wrote me that, "all noodles are manufactured at nut free facilities, however our soup bases are processed in different facilities that might use peanuts or tree nuts in other products."

Seasoning & Spices:

Borsari Foods- All seasonings are made in their own facility that does not process anything with peanuts. I have not inquired if their olive oil or other products are safe.

Lillie's Q*- As of 2022 their sauces are now made in a facility with peanuts. The only items that are made in a facility with no peanuts are their kettle chips and rubs.

 

Loisa- All the seasonings and spices are made in a facility that is Top 8 allergen-free. But the sofrito is made in a facility that processes wheat, soy, nuts and dairy.

 

Spice Islands- In order to find out which products are made in a peanut free facility you have to inquire about each individual spice and provide a upc code for each as well. I asked about the Spice Islands products I had in my pantry, and after much hassle found out that Cinnamon, Allspice and Fennel Seeds and Nutmeg are safe but Dried Basil and Vanilla Extract are not. Before you use any other of their spices/products call, do not email, call them, and ask about each item individually, until you ask them consider the product not safe to use.

Trader Joe's- Trader Joe's is not consistent about labeling for cross contamination risk on their foods, but they will answer your questions about their facilities, and products if you call them. So far I have only inquired about their Buttermilk which is safe and bottled in a peanut free facility. I would recommend always calling and asking them before you try any Trader Joe's food or product.

Snacks (Bars, Chips, Cookies, Crackers, Popcorn & Tree Nut/Seed Butter):

Absolutely Gluten Free-Gluten Free snacks and foods, some products, like their crackers are labeled that they are made in a nut free facility but some are not. Check the product label.

 

Annie's Homegrown- Labels any cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. From their email to me, "If peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, crustaceans, fish, and sesame are not listed in the ‘contains’ or ‘may contain’ list, it’s because there is none in the product and there is no risk of cross-contact with these allergens at any stage of production, from the farm through product packaging." I have found that their cereal, ketchup, mustard, bunny snacks, graham crackers and most cookies are safe to have, their cookie dough and granola bars are not. Make sure to read the individual product's packaging for which items are safe to consume.

Artisana Organics- Coconut, Nut and Seed Butters are peanut free and made in a peanut free facility, "we take our statement of being 100% peanut-free very seriously.  All of our nuts and seeds are completely free of peanuts...from the source to the jar". Their chocolate bars are not safe and are not made in a peanut free facility.

Better Bites Bakery-Although none of their foods contain any of the top 8 allergens, and they advertise this, there are only a few products that are made in a peanut free facility, and are actually safe for those of us with peanut allergies to enjoy. They state on their website that, "our Lil’ Mo, Big Mo Cupcakes, and Amore Cake are made in a facility that is dedicated free from peanut, tree nut (including coconut), milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, gluten, and sesame".

Bob's Red Mill-Many products like their Old Fashioned Rolled Oats, baking soda and baking powder, and much more are all made in a facility where there are no peanuts present. From their website, "Our Conventional Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Our Gluten Free Facility processes almonds, cashews, coconut, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pecans, sesame seeds and walnuts. Bob’s Bars and Homestyle Granolas are produced and packaged in off-site facilities that handle peanuts and tree nuts (tree nuts may include but not limited to: walnuts, pecans, almonds, macadamia nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, sesame seeds and pistachios). Oat Crackers are produced and packaged in an off-site facility that handles almonds, sesame seeds and coconut."

Boulder Canyon-Potato chips with the Boulder Canyon name are produced in a peanut free facility. However, they are are owned by Utz Quality Foods which does produce products that both contain peanuts and are fried in peanut oil.

Cascadian Farm Organic- Produces many cereals, granola and granola bars. I have found that they sometimes label for cross contact risk on their cereal. But, they have two granola bar flavors, Chocolate Drizzle and Oats&Honey, that clearly state on the box that are made in a peanut free facility. I feel safe having their granola bars that are made in the peanut free facility and their cereal if the box has a clear 'may contain' statement. If I do not see a 'may contain' statement then I do not risk it because they are inconsistent with labeling for allergy risk.

Ferrara Foods- Manufacturers many candies, like Sweetarts, chocolates and cookies, like Keebler.  All products are labeled for any cross contamination risk. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume.

Field Trip- Makes a variety of snacks but only their Chickpea Butter is made in a peanut free facility, Jerky/Sticks/Pork Rinds are made in different faciltiy that is not peanut free.

Frito Lay's- Most Lay's Chips are safe to eat. Frito Lay labels all cross contamination risk and has a list of which items do contain peanuts and/or produced on equipment that also produces peanuts on their site.

General Mills- They state that, "Our products are labeled for the top 8 allergens: peanuts tree nuts (including coconut) dairy products eggs soy wheat crustaceans fish. In addition, we label sesame and mollusks. We label for these allergens using CONTAINS and/or MAY CONTAIN lists located directly below the product’s ingredient list. CONTAINS means that the allergen(s) is included in the product’s recipe. The allergen(s) will be listed in the ingredient list, and also in the CONTAINS statement just below the ingredient list. MAY CONTAIN means that the allergen(s) is not in the product’s recipe but could be present as result of the manufacturing process regardless of our best efforts to exclude it. These allergens will not be included in the ingredient list." Since they label for any cross contamination risk make sure you thoroughly read the products ingredients and "may contain" statement. If you see a "may contain" statement, and the statement does not include peanuts then I would feel safe consuming that food. 

Kettle Brand- Kettle Brand Potato Chips and Kettle Brand Popcorn are processed in an facility free of peanuts. Kettle brand nuts are processed in a separate facility with peanuts.

La Tourangelle- Labels for cross contamination risk. I have found that only their almond butters are produced in a peanut free facility. Their cooking oils and all other products are labeled that they are produced in a facility that also handles peanuts.

LaPanzanella- Most of their foods list any cross contamination risk. I have found that their Mini Croccantini, crackers, are safe to enjoy. I have reached out to them to see if all of their products are made in a facility free of peanuts but until I hear back make sure you always read each label and check the 'processed in facility' statement on the product label.

LÄRABAR- General Mills who own LÄRABAR states the following only about LÄRABAR, "If one of our LÄRABAR products contains any of the top 8 allergens (peanuts, tree nuts-including coconut, eggs, soy, milk, wheat, crustaceans, and fish) or if it contains sesame or mollusks, that ingredient will be listed in the ingredient panel. If it is not listed, it is NOT in the product. We can guarantee no possibility of cross contact for the top 8 allergens (peanuts, tree nuts-including coconut, eggs, soy, milk, wheat, crustaceans, and fish) as well as sesame and mollusks. We have strict controls over raw materials and maintain a high level of sanitation between products to avoid raw material or product cross-contact. This ingredient and allergen information is for the package in hand. It is not intended for other packages of the same product. Ingredients may vary from one package to another due to product reformulation. If you have allergy concerns, please carefully read the ingredient information on each package." So, if the ingredients label does not mention peanuts then I will feel safe eating it. I have not found one though that does not state a risk of peanuts.

Late July- I have found that their Chips, both Potato chips and Tortilla Chips are safe to enjoy and the bag has a clear label stating that they are made in a facility that does not process peanuts. But, all Late July Crackers, are made in a facility that processes peanuts. Make sure that you always check the product and only enjoy Late July products that have the label stating that they are made in a peanut free facility.

Leslie Stowe Fine Foods- Leslie Stowe makes crisps and crackers and labels any cross contamination risk. I have only seen that they use tree nuts but I have not confirmed that they are a peanut free facility; refer to the individual product label to see any cross contact risk.

Lillie's Q*- As of 2022 their sauces are now made in a facility with peanuts. The only items that are made in a facility with no peanuts are their kettle chips and rubs.

 

LU/Petit Ecolier- Most of their European Biscuits are peanut free and processed in a peanut free facility. They are a French brand and label any cross contamination risk on the package label. Refer to each foods label to see if it is safe to eat. 

Lunberg Family Farms- Only their Packaged Rice Products and Rice Cakes are produced in a peanut free facility.

Maisie Jane's- All the products I have checked are labeled that are are produced in a facility that does not handle peanuts, This includes their tree nut butters and dry roasted tree nuts. But I have not reached out to them to confirm that all their products are produced in this same facility that is free of peanuts. Please check the product label to be sure.

Mi-Del-Many of the Mi-Del products including their pie crusts, and their cookies like their ginger snaps  and gluten free cookies, are made in a dedicated peanut free facility. However, I have found that their seasonal cookies and are not made in a peanut free facility. Make sure you always check the label; the items that are safe say ' Produced in a Peanut-Free facility'.

Mondelez- Mondelez owns so many companies such as Ritz, Oreo and Honey Made. Mondelez states on their website that, "if there is any risk of cross contamination we will label the allergen in the “manufactured on equipment that processes.". This does not mean that they have facilities that are peanut free. It just means that if they feel that this is a cross contamination risk from an allergen they will list it.  I would always check the package and, honestly, I am not going to eat any of their foods unless their is a 'may contain statement' that does not list peanuts.

Muffin Town-Muffin Town makes a line of muffins, cookies and snacks that are all made in a dedicated peanut free facility. The foods  that are safe say that they are made in a dedicated peanut free facility on the package.

Mitica/Forever Cheese Co.-They import a variety of products from Italy, Spain, Portugal and Croatia. Every item I have seen labels for any cross contamination risk with a 'may contain' statement. Always check the package. I like their toketti crackers.

Natural Nectar- Organic Petit Biscuit au Chocolat, Organic Palmiers Cookies and Cracklebred-Gluten-Free, list any cross contamination risk and they do not list peanuts. Choco Dream-Hazelnut Coco Spread is processed in a facility with peanuts and not safe to enjoy. Natural Nectar Apple Sauce does not list anything about the facility, and they have not responded to my inquires so I would not enjoy their apple sauce. For Natural Nectar make sure to refer to each products ingredients list and check for a "may contain" statement; only if you see a "may contain" statement, and the statement does not include peanuts would feel safe consuming that food. 

Nature's Path "Envirokidz"- All snacks, cereals and pantry goods under the Nature Path name are all made in a facility with peanuts. The only foods that are safe are few favors of granola bars made for kids with the name "Envirokidz". These have a label stating that they are peanut free and made in a peanut free facility. Be careful and make sure you purchase only the granola bars with the no peanuts label, and double check the ingredient label to make sure they are made in a peanut free facility.

Our Specialty-Has two lines of bakery foods, Our Specialty Treat Shop and Our Specialty Bake House. They label when the product is made in a peanut free facility. I have found many items like mini chocolate chip cookies, and sprinkle sandwich cookies that clearly state they are made in a dedicated peanut free facility.

Pamela's-Pamela's Baking Mixes, Pancake Mixes, Baking Ingredients and Paleo Flours are made in a peanut free facility. Their Cookies, Snack Bars, Graham Crackers, Pasta and Pasta Meals and Ramen are all made in facilities where peanuts are present and none of these products are safe to enjoy.

Rustic Bakery- "Our products have the following allergens that are in a product we produce, as well as in the retail product bakery: wheat, milk, tree nuts, egg, soy, and sesame. We do not use peanuts in any product, nor are they in our retail product bakery, however they are used in our cafes." So any items you purchase at the store such as packaged crackers and cookies are safe to enjoy but not foods produced at their cafes which are located in Northern CA.

Sesmark- Produces a variety of crackers and they list cross contamination risk on the package. I have found that their Rice Thins are free of peanuts cross contamination risk but have not checked on if all their products are made in the same facility. Check each package label every time.

SMASHMALLOW- Some products are safe to enjoy. SMASHCRISPY and SMASHCRISPY-Dipped are produced at a certified peanut-free facility and SMASHGUMMY is produced in a facility that is free from peanuts. All varieties of SMASHMALLOW are not safe and are not made in a peanut free facility.

Snyder's of Hanover- Many of their Pretzels are now made in a peanut free facility. Each product that is safe to eat has a peanut with a line through it on the label.

Thinsters- Makes thin cookies and from their website, "All THINSTERS cookies, with the exception of the Toasted Coconut, are produced in a 100% nut-free facility. Our Toasted Coconut cookies are made in a facility that does process peanuts and other tree nuts".

Torres- Torres is a Spanish Company that produces potato chips/patatas fritas along with other snacks. They label any cross contamination risk. I have found their potato chips to be safe but not their nuts. Make sure to check the package label for any cross contamination  risk.

Trader Joe's- Trader Joe's is not consistent about labeling for cross contamination risk on their foods, but they will answer your questions about their facilities, and products if you call them. So far I have only inquired about their Buttermilk which is safe and bottled in a peanut free facility. I would recommend always calling and asking them before you try any Trader Joe's food or product.

Unique Pretzel's-Only the pretzels that have a notice on the bag that they are made in a peanut free facility are safe to enjoy. Their Crunchies contain nuts and/or peanuts and Shocked Shells and Chocolate products are made in a facility that also processes peanuts.

Wasa- Their Crispbread are safe to enjoy. From their faqs section, "Nuts: There are no nuts in any of our crispbread products. None of our crispbread production involves peanuts or tree nuts or traces of peanuts or tree nuts." They do label for cross contamination risk as well.

Sweets (Candy, Chocolate, Desert, Ice Cream, Popsicles & Pudding):

Artisana Organics- Coconut, Nut and Seed Butters are peanut free and made in a peanut free facility, "we take our statement of being 100% peanut-free very seriously.  All of our nuts and seeds are completely free of peanuts...from the source to the jar". Their chocolate bars are not safe and are not made in a peanut free facility.

Better Bites Bakery-Although none of their foods contain any of the top 8 allergens, and they advertise this, there are only a few products that are made in a peanut free facility, and are actually safe for those of us with peanut allergies to enjoy. They state on their website that, "our Lil’ Mo, Big Mo Cupcakes, and Amore Cake are made in a facility that is dedicated free from peanut, tree nut (including coconut), milk, egg, soy, fish, shellfish, wheat, gluten, and sesame".

Beyond Good by MadeCasse- Chocolate bars are processed in peanut free facilities, however Vanilla extract & Vanilla Products are processed in a separate facility were peanut are present.

Daiya- Makes a variety of dairy free foods including dairy free cheese, gluten free frozen pizza and much more. All of their foods are made in peanut free facilities except their Salad Dressings and Desert Bars these two items are not safe to enjoy as they are made in a facility where peanuts are present.

Ferrara Foods- Manufacturers many candies, like Sweetarts, chocolates and cookies, like Keebler cookies.  All products are labeled for any cross contamination risk. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume.

Green & Black's-Products are labeled for any cross contamination risk. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume. I have not seen any products that contain peanuts, or state that they, 'may contain' peanuts, but since I have not reached out to them and asked if all their facilities are peanut free as always I check the label every time.

Green's Home Style- Green's Home Style Bakery makes a selection on items like babka and rugelach. They label on their package if the item is made in their nut-free bakery. Some items are, and some are not. From their website, "Our bakery operates two kitchens – one is completely dairy-free and nut-free and is used to prepare all of our certified Kosher & Pareve baked goods".

GoodPop-Only the Organic Freezer Pops are are made in a separate, top 8 allergen-free facility, free of peanuts. All other Good Pop flavors are not safe.

Hershey Company-Always labels all cross contamination risk, and what allergens are present in each facility on every product label. Refer to the individual product for which items are safe to consume.

Oatly- Although none of their products contain peanuts only some are made in a peanut free facility. The 32 oz ambient oatmilks (sold online and used in cafes) and 64 oz and 32 oz chilled oatmilks (sold at grocery stores) are made in a facility that does not process anything with peanuts. Their other products, including frozen desserts, are processed in facilities that may include peanuts and any of the top 8 allergens. However, they test the finished product for the presence of allergens. So I feel they are safe to enjoy, but since they are not made in a peanut free faciltiy I have placed Oatly on this list for you to decide. Here is what they say on their FAQ section: "we also test our finished products to ensure they meet our allergen requirements and are suitable for people with top 9 allergies."

Peeps Brand-Peeps do not make any peanut or tree nut containing products in the same facility where they make PEEPS® Brand Marshmallow Candies, MIKE AND IKE® Brand Chewy Candies, HOT TAMALES® Brand Chewy Candies and JUST BORN® Jelly Beans. Please be aware, however, that a small percentage of our products are repackaged or co-manufactured in another facility where allergens may be present. Always read the labels carefully, any any cross contamination risk will be in a "May Contain" statement.


Sara Lee Frozen Bakery-Sara Lee Frozen Bakery line released the following statement, "September 1, 2020 – Sara Lee Frozen Bakery is excited to announce that the primary bakery producing Superior On Main® branded sweet baked goods is transitioning to operate as a peanut and tree nut free facility. The bakery produces Éclairs, Brownies, Madeleines, Black & White Cookies, as well as everyday and seasonal Iced Cookies. ... Starting this Fall, the statement “Made in a Peanut & Tree Nut Free Facility” will be added to Superior On Main® ingredient labels for products made at this facility and will debut on its Harvest Holiday seasonal products. For all other remaining Superior On Main® products made at this facility, labels with the peanut and tree nut free facility statement will be phased in during the remainder of this year. ... The bakery producing the Superior On Main® handheld pies will not transition to a nut free facility.

Straus Organic Creamery -Straus Products are all made in a peanut free facility and they do not use any peanuts in anything. Straus, butter, yogurt, milk etc,  everything except certain ice cream flavors, are all safe to enjoy. The cookies/brownies added to several flavors of their ice cream are made by another company whose facility does process nuts. Any Straus ice cream that contains any baked good is not safe due to the risk of cross contamination.

Torie & Howard- Although none of their candies contain nuts only their Hard Candies are made in a top 8 allergen free facility and are safe to enjoy. Their other candies are all made in a facility that contains nuts. 

The Modern Pop- Only their fruit bars: Strawberry Lemonade, Raspberry Pomegranate, Pineapple, Mango, Tropical and Fruit Punch 

are free from nuts and made in a 100% allergen free facility. All other Modern Pop flavors are not safe.

 

Wholesome- All Sugar for Baking and Surf Sweets line of candies are safe to eat. All other Wholesome products are processed in a facility with peanuts.