Allergy Free Food Site

By Amy Jeanroy

If you are looking for some alternatives to the traditional PB and J sandwiches for lunch, look no further. It may seem daunting to have to come up with different lunches to accommodate your child's allergy or even just the nut free policy that many schools are following. Luckily, there is a comprehensive website to address this issue. 

Designed for parents, schools, sports teams, and anywhere that feeds groups of children, the Safe Snack Guide is a reliable website that keeps update on manufactures' ingredient lists and news concerning recalls, changes to manufacturing and other important information. 

The allergy safe list covers tree nuts, peanuts, and egg. The list is updated every 2 weeks, and has the date clearly listed at the top. There are multiple pages of snacks, frozen foods, candy, alternatives to peanut butter and other kid friendly foods. It's well worth a look. The pdf is a free download, so it's handy to print and have available for making a shopping list. 

To view and download the Safe Snack Guide, visit:  http://snacksafely.com/safe-snack-guide/