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Wednesday, February 15, 2006

Gak's Dairy-Free Snacks

Jill Robbins is yet another mother who took her child's allergen-free diet into her own hands. Eight years ago, after her youngest son was both with serious food allergies, she began to explore recipes that were actually edible.

This has grown into Gak's Snacks.

Jill wrote me to say:

Gak’s Snacks is a new web-based company whose mission is to make it easier for children and families with food allergies to enjoy baked goods like everyone else. We offer cookies and coffee cake, baked in our dedicated facility with no peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, or dairy. Our products are also whole grain, certified organic, and contain no cholesterol or trans fat. For those who enjoy baking, we have just published a food allergy cookbook for baked treats and we offer many of the ingredients in our web store. As a Mom of a child with multiple food allergies, I know how important it is to find resources.

Contact info:

Gak’s Snacks, LLC
P.O. Box 491
Windham, NH 03087-0491
Phone: 603-425-6613
Toll free: 800-552-7172

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