Safe Food Brands

It is unsafe for Riley to eat foods containing peanuts or tree nuts, as well as foods processed in facilities with peanuts and/or tree nuts. The FDA does not require companies to label products that are processed in facilities with allergens. The law only requires brands to label if the product contains one of the top 8 allergens.

Below is a list of brands who do include production process information on their labels or we have confirmed are safe. Some brands only include processing information for products with the chance of cross-contact. The best brands include information about products that contain allergens, are produced in facilities with allergens, and those produced free from allergens. Please support these brands!

NOTE: Brands can change their production process at any time. It is important to always check labels, even for foods you have purchased previously.

Our List of Foods Determined to be Safe test

Ancient Harvest

Ancient Harvest quinoa products are peanut and tree nut free.

Cabot Cheeses

All cheeses except for spreadable cheddars are safe.

Enjoy Life Foods

Enjoy Life foods makes food that is allergen free. Any food by this company is good.

Frito-Lay

Frito-Lay brands labels products that are produced in facilities with peanuts and/or tree nuts. They do not label safe products.

Hodgson Mill

Hodgson Mill labels production processes under their ingredients list. Most products are produced in facilities free from peanuts and tree nuts.

Currently, these products are NOT safe: - Almond Flour/Meal - Coconut Flour - Quinoa Flour - Flax Chia Blend - Long Grain Brown Rice Flour - Long Grain White Rice Flour - Potato Starch - Non-GMO Cornstarch - Tapioca Starch

Ian’s Natural Food

Ian’s clearly labels all products and specifically labels products that are free from peanuts or tree nuts. They have an online search tool as well.

Kashi foods that are not safe WILL indicate that they were made in a facility that contains peanuts or tree nuts.

Kettle Brand Chips

All potato chips are produced in a nut free facility

King Arthur Flour

  • All Purpose
  • Bread
  • Whole Wheat
  • White Whole Wheat
  • Self-Rising

(plus their Organic versions)

*Their other flours are manufactured in a plant that does have nuts

Libre Naturals

Libre foods are manufactured in a facility free from the top 11 allergens and gluten. Their website has detailed information regarding manufacturing for each product.

Nature’s Path

Labels products that are produced in facilities with the top 8 allergens. (Confirmed from Customer Service phone call)

Sargento Cheese

All Sargento shredded, sliced, and Ricotta cheeses, refrigerated natural cheese snacks, and non-refrigerated snacks are nut-free and are produced in manufacturing plants that contain no nuts.

Stacy’s Pita Chips

Stacy’s pitas are produced free from peanuts and tree nuts. They do not label their products safe. Confirmed from their website FAQs.

Turkey Hill

Turkey Hill Vanilla Ice Cream is safe. They sanitzie all their production lines after production but more importantly vanilla ice cream is the first product in a production cycle, before any ice cream with add-ins is made.

Vermont Bread Company

Vermont Bread labels products that are produced in facilities with the top 8 allergens. They do not label if the product is safe from these allergens.

Vermont Creamery

All Vermont Creamery are produced free from eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, wheat and gluten.

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