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This site was new to me: [url="http://www.nutsfree.com/"]http://www.nutsfree.com/[/url]

I was kind of hoping for one thread with all the nut and peanut free chocolate choices in the US. (yeah, I know the list will be short [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/rolleyes.gif[/img] )

[url="http://www.vermontnutfree.com/"]http://www.vermontnutfree.com/[/url]

[url="http://www.rebeccasnutfree.com/"]http://www.rebeccasnutfree.com/[/url]

[url="http://www.notnutz.com/"]http://www.notnutz.com/[/url]

[url="http://www.nothinnutty.com/"]http://www.nothinnutty.com/[/url]

Any more?

------------------ Jana

[url="http://www.seattlefoodallergy.org"]www.seattlefoodallergy.org[/url]

On May 9, 2006

[url="http://www.nutfreecandy.com"]www.nutfreecandy.com[/url]

That is for Kellie's Candies who are featured on the Arthur show. The carmels are amazing!

Two resources for safe Canadian candy for US residents are [url="http://www.canadiansweets.com"]www.canadiansweets.com[/url] and [url="http://www.panhandlepremium.com."]www.panhandlepremium.com.[/url] They both have "allergy free" sections.

On May 9, 2006

Amanda's Own Confections

(Nut and Dairy free)

[url="http://www.amandasown.com/"]http://www.amandasown.com/[/url]

College Farm Organics

[url="http://www.collegefarmorganic.com"]http://www.collegefarmorganic.com[/url]

Try their NaturePops nut-free, soy-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, dye-free Lollipops.

Cathy

[This message has been edited by Momcat (edited May 10, 2006).]

On Sep 20, 2006

I recently started a small artisan chocolate business, Scribner Chocolates, that makes only peanut and tree-nut free chocolates (I have a severe allergy to tree-nuts). For more information, you can refer to [url="http://www.ScribnerChocolates.com."]www.ScribnerChocolates.com.[/url]

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Originally posted by Chicago: [b] [url="http://www.nutfreecandy.com"]www.nutfreecandy.com[/url]

That is for Kellie's Candies who are featured on the Arthur show. The carmels are amazing!

Two resources for safe Canadian candy for US residents are [url="http://www.canadiansweets.com"]www.canadiansweets.com[/url] and [url="http://www.panhandlepremium.com."]www.panhandlepremium.com.[/url] They both have "allergy free" sections.[/b]

On Sep 20, 2006

ScribnerChocolates, Those are some of the most beautiful chocolates I have ever seen. Outstanding! Do your chocolates contain egg or traces of egg?

I will keep your company in mind for special occasions. In addition to my 3 year old daughter, my father has very severe allergies to tree nuts.

Thanks!

On Sep 20, 2006

Any chance these are kosher certified or you might consider this? They are beautiful!

On Sep 22, 2006

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Originally posted by dgood: [b]ScribnerChocolates, Those are some of the most beautiful chocolates I have ever seen. Outstanding! Do your chocolates contain egg or traces of egg?

I will keep your company in mind for special occasions. In addition to my 3 year old daughter, my father has very severe allergies to tree nuts.

Thanks![/b]

Thank you for your comment on the appearance. I focus on the high end chocolates because those seem to be the hardest to find without treenuts. I do not use any eggs in my products or have any eggs in my commercial kitchen. However, I do not take any special precautions to be sure that none of my ingredients are contaminated with eggs at the manufacturer. My master list of ingredients is:

Ingredients: May contain sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, corn syrup, cream, butter, milk, water, brown sugar, invert sugar, raspberries, strawberries, bananas, grapefruit, lemons, oranges, limes, apricots, blueberries, cherries, cranberries, raisins, coffee, cocoa, vinegar, baking soda, gelatin, fruit pectin, ginger root, flavors (vanilla, vanillin, rum, brandy, merlot, champagne), salt, cream of tartar, potassium carbonate, cinnamon, dextrose, silicon dioxide (flow agent), ascorbic acid (Vitamin C), citric acid, soya lecithin, sulfur dioxide, FD&C colorants, titanium dioxide, carmine.

Allergen Information: Contains milk products, soy. May contain corn, celery.

Nuts: Scribner Chocolates are made and packaged in a tree nut and peanut-free facility. Purchased ingredients are made on equipment that does not handle tree nuts or peanuts. The manufacturer of our chocolate has a separate production line, within their facility, that uses almonds. Rework from the almond line does not enter the chocolate manufacturing system.

If you would like additional information, you are welcome to email me: [email]debbie@ScribnerChocolates.com[/email].

------------------ Debbie

On Nov 25, 2006

[url="https://www.scharffenberger.com/nutrit.asp"]https://www.scharffenberger.com/nutrit.asp[/url] (Thanks for the info MimiM!)

------------------ Jana

[url="http://www.seattlefoodallergy.org"]www.seattlefoodallergy.org[/url]

On Nov 26, 2006

Oh wow, the Scribner Chocolates are seriously beautiful. Absolutely adding them to my list -- the blueberry truffles sound amazing!

On Nov 26, 2006

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Originally posted by nyckate2: [b]Oh wow, the Scribner Chocolates are seriously beautiful. Absolutely adding them to my list -- the blueberry truffles sound amazing![/b]

you just reminded me that I forgot to order chocolates this year for my birthday! Last year it was Vermont Nut Free, this year I was going to try Scribners...off I go to order! (only a week late...)

Adrienne

------------------ 30-something survivor of severe peanut/tree nut allergy

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