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Free2B Caramel Cups Gluten-Free Snack.

[W]hat’s on your ingredient list? Gluten, nuts, dairy, soy, fish, and other animal products are some of the most avoided ingredients due to allergies and other dietary restrictions. You may offer alternative milks to cater to customers with dietary restrictions, but what about your snacks? We all need to grab a quick bite to eat occasionally, and these allergy-friendly snacks hit the spot without triggering an immune response.

Gerbs Crunchy Monkey Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Dairy-Free Snack. Allergy-friendly snacks.


Quit monkeying around and get your paws on Gerbs’ Crunchy Monkey snack mix. Free from gluten, peanuts, tree nuts, legumes, eggs, soy, dairy, fish, shellfish, mustard, and sesame—whew!—a handful of Crunchy Monkey is sure to delight even the most allergen-sensitive snackers.

Homefree Lemon Burst Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Dairy-Free Snack. Allergy-friendly snacks.

Lemons And Cookies, Oh My!

Lemon burst mini cookies from Homefree provide all the sweetness of a traditional cookie without any peanuts, eggs, dairy, wheat, or gluten. As a bonus, they’re also vegan, Kosher, and low-sodium. Made in an allergy-friendly bakery in New Hampshire, Homefree’s line of cookies allow for snacking without fear.

Free2B Caramel Cups Gluten-Free, Nut-Free Snack. Allergy-friendly snacks.

Free 2 B Yourself

A fresh mug of coffee isn’t the only cup you can enjoy—break open a package of Free2b’s Chocolate Caramel Cups. Chocolate and caramel lovers looking to avoid the dairy or soy of a traditional treat can enjoy a delicious marriage of flavors in Free2b’s range of dessert cups. All products are free of the top seven allergens and certified gluten-free, Kosher, and non-GMO.

RXBar Coffee Chocolate Paleo Snack.

Just What The Doctor Ordered

Ever had to break out a dictionary to understand the ingredients on your snack labels? That’s no longer the case once you’re munching on RXBar’s Coffee Chocolate bars, containing eight easily-pronounceable ingredients and all the deliciousness you’d expect from a chocolate-coffee combination. Plus, they’re Paleo- and Whole30-friendly and loaded with twelve grams of protein.

180 Degrees Blueberry Pomegranate Gluten-Free Snack. Allergy-friendly snacks.

Go Nuts

Your head will spin when you realize dry-roasted Blueberry Pomegranate Clusters from 180 Degrees Snacks contain only 140 calories per bag without any peanuts, gluten, wheat or dairy. Sunflower, pumpkin, and flax seeds headline the Clusters’ ingredients list, with almonds, cashews, and sea salt added to pack a flavorful punch.

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