Peanut free planet

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Online shopping is a great choice for those with food allergies. Unless you live near a large and well-stocked supermarket or dedicated peanut-free bakery, you'll probably end up craving peanut-free treats. Many store-bought treats are risky because they are processed in facilities that also handle peanuts, making it important to seek out a dedicated peanut-free source. Luckily, there are several popular online retailers offering a solution for those with peanut allergies.

Peanut Free Planet serves the food allergy community by providing peanut-free treats. The mission of Peanut Free Planet is to make sure that no one feels different or deprived just because they have an allergy. Based in Indiana, Peanut Free Planet carries a wide range of chocolates, candies, granola bars, peanut butter alternatives, and other delicious and allergy-safe treats. All PFP products are free of peanuts and tree nuts. Many are also gluten free or are safe for those with other food allergies, such as intolerance of eggs, milk, and gluten, too. Peanut Free Planet continually searches out new products, including smaller product lines that may not be available locally.

Peanut Free Planet was founded in 2006 by a couple, Brian and Heather, who realized the difficulties of finding peanut-free products in the United States. The company was founded to offer great products that were created to be safe for everyone, at prices that real families can afford. They call their customers 'Freelings,' because they choose to be free of the foods that do not have a positive effect on them. There are currently more than 200 products available on the site. Search by allergen to find delicious foods that do not include your allergen.

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