Announcing 2022 Valentine’s Safe Snack Guide
Valentine’s Day is a day that can be fun, frustrating and maybe a little anxious for parents, and for other folks as well. But if you’re the parent of a child with a life-threatening food allergy it provides additional challenges of finding safe foods for Valentine treats. But no worry, Dave Bloom and snacksafely.com have you taken care of with this year’s Valentine’s Editions of the Safe Snack Guide.
Dave Bloom and snacksafely.com have published this year’s Valentine’s Editions of the Safe Snack Guide, their extensive catalogs of allergy-friendly foods relied upon by thousands of schools and tens of thousands of families nationwide to help keep allergens out of the home and the classroom.
Each guide is interactive: click any entry to see precisely how that product is manufactured with respect to the 11 allergens we track (peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, soy, wheat, fish, crustacean shellfish, sesame, mustard, and gluten) including shared line/facility information you won’t find on the label or anywhere else, as well as links to the product’s store finder, website, and Amazon page.
In addition to the usual 40+ categories of over 3000 products from 160+ responsible partner manufacturers ranging from soups and breadcrumbs to protein bars and chips, this edition of your guide has a section devoted to Valentine’s Day themed items that meet your specific allergen exclusions! (And if your family is juggling a number of allergen restrictions, try tailoring your own Custom Guide to meet any combination of 11 allergens.) Please see the TAGS list below and click on your guide of choice to download.