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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Dairy-Free Snacks Now Gluten-Free Too

What don't Nonuttin' snacks have? Lots.

* No Peanuts
• No Tree Nuts
• No Dairy
• No Egg
• No Wheat
• No Barley
• No Rye
• No Trans Fats
• No Colours
• No Artificial flavours
• No Preservatives (including sulfites)
• No Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs)
• No Animal By-Products

The snacks, made by Nonuttin' Foods, Inc., are now also gluten-free. The press release says that starting in April of this year:

they implemented new gluten-free formulas, and became the first company to begin using pure, gluten tested oats and oat bran in granola products. The Nonuttin’ facility is now completely wheat and gluten-free.

They don't specifically say that they're vegan, but no dairy or egg or animal by-products is usually a good indication. Check if you want to make doubly sure.

The snacks include Apple Cinnamon Granola Bars, Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, Double Chocolate Chunk Granola Bars , Granola Clusters - Vanilla Cinnamon, Raisin Granola Bars, and Sulfite Free Dried Apples. Canadian customers can also get Divvies Chocolate Chip and Molasses Ginger Cookies.

That's right, they're Canadian. U.S. residents can order, but go to their order page for complete information or call toll free 1-866-714-5411.

But wait - there's more!

Our good friend Alisa Fleming of is making Nonuttin' their monthly prize.
For a chance to win a $50 e-gift certificate to Nonuttin’ Foods, sign up now for the free e-newsletter at Each month Go Dairy Free offers a prize to one lucky newsletter subscriber, chosen at random. This month’s Nonuttin’ prize is open to residents of the U.S. and Canada.

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