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Libre Naturals

Welcome to Libre Naturals! Libre means "free" in both Spanish and French so if you’re looking for delicious cereals and snacks that are peanut free, tree nut free, dairy free, certified gluten free, soy free, in fact, manufactured in our own dedicated facility free of ALL of the top 11 food allergens and gluten, you’ve come to the right place.

Founded by Alana Elliott while managing her family’s 6 life-threatening food allergies, Libre Naturals’ granola bars, granolas, and oatmeals use only the best quality, vegan, Kosher, non-GMO ingredients that still deliver great flavor. As a family company that truly understands food allergies, we’d be honored to earn your trust.

While no reputable manufacturer can 100% guarantee a level of zero risk, we have created strict allergen protocols to offer you products you can trust:

  • All ingredient suppliers must provide written declarations about what the top 14 allergens/gluten are in their products and facilities as well as their protocols including product handling and staff training.
  • We conduct multiple food allergen/gluten tests on incoming raw ingredients plus random finished product testing using verified scientific procedures both in-house and with 3rd party labs.
  • We have strict shipping and receiving policies including tracing and tracking all ingredients.
  • Staff training and contracts ensure that everyone from the office to shipping understands the severity of food allergies. In fact, the entire Libre Naturals facility and grounds, including our lunch room, is peanut and tree nut free.
  • All products are manufactured and/or packaged in our own dedicated facility free of the top 11 food allergens (plus the EU top allergens celery and lupin, as well as latex).
  • The Libre Naturals facility is 3rd party certified SQF Level 2 under the Global Food Safety Intitiative (GFSI) standard which includes audited allergen control and training programs.

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