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Don’t Go Nuts

"Enjoy the convenience of on-the-go eating with our organic, non-GMO, peanut and tree nut-free snacks. Whether you’re looking for nut-free, peanut-free school snacks for kids or nut-free, peanut-free foods to take to work with you, we have snacks without nuts that are safe for you and your friends, classmates and colleagues with nut allergies. All Don’t Go Nuts foods also are certified gluten free. Most importantly, they taste great!

Our three snack bars are moist and delicious—Gorilla Power, Whitewater Chomp and Blueberry Blast are chewy organic granola bars.

Whether you’re seeking organic food, nut-free, non-GMO and peanut-free products, or vegan snacks online, our plant-based protein spreads are the perfect solution. They contain soy but no dairy and are available in 16 oz. jars. Perfect for baking, cooking and making un-PB&J sandwiches when nut-free, peanut-free food is on your shopping list. Slightly Sweet, Sea Salted and Pure Unsalted are delicious peanut-butter substitutes, and our Chocolate is a tasty, nutritious option in place of chocolate hazelnut spreads. Cinnamon fans, don’t miss our Simply Cinnamon—we love it with bananas, gluten-free bagels and oatmeal. All are great with apple slices, gluten-free pretzels, celery sticks or even cookies for the ultimate nut-free, peanut-free treats.

If you’re shopping for Kosher snacks for kids, you’ll want to know that all Don’t Go Nuts products are certified Kosher-dairy. This specific Kosher certification indicates our foods are Kosher and manufactured in a facility that handles dairy.

With so many terrific options to choose from, Don’t Go Nuts snacks aren’t just for those with peanut allergies or those wanting tree nut-free snacks, they’re yummy and wholesome for everyone! Explore our peanut and nut-free snacks today!"

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