14 allergens free foods

The brands listed here have either confirmed that they are free from all 14 European Union food allergens, and/or else neither any of the 14 allergens are used as ingredients in any of their products, nor are there any ‘may contain’ or other precautionary warnings on packaging. Some brands operate dedicated nut-free or allergen-free sites.

That said, usual disclaimers apply: check labelling and with manufacturers with regard to your own allergies, to ensure that neither ingredients nor manufacturing methods have changed recently.

Free From all 14 Food Allergens

Angels & Cookies – ready-to-bake cookie dough.

Ayni Vitality – chocolate / chocolate products, bread mixes, cookie mixes, granola, snacks.

Babease – baby weaning foods.

Bake it Freefrom – baking kits (see their allergy statement on site)

CocoNuts Naturally – vegan coconut ice creams.

Coyo – coconut-based vegan yoghurts and ice creams.

Eat Smart Foods – kids’ ready meals, pizza and pizza bases, cakes.

Essy & Bella – chocolate bars and kids’ chocolate shapes

The Foraging Fox – beetroot ketchup.

General Dietary / Ener-G – breads. (Awaiting confirmation of 14 allergen-free status. Have a sesame pretzel in the range, but currently discontinued.)

Good Grain Bakery – breads and bakery.

Good Hemp Foods – hemp milks, seeds, protein powders and oils.

Gosh! Free From – vegan bites, bakes and bean burgers.

iQ Chocolate – ‘superfood’ chocolate.

Just Gluten Free Bakery – breads.

Leafy Foods – kale crisps.

London Falafel – falafel.

Naturbit – sweet and savoury mixes, pastas and biscuits

Science Kitchen – superfood blends, raw chocolate and raw snacks.

Smart Eats and Treats – breads, snack bars, sweet treats, pies, pastries and seasonal foods.

Soupy Do! – soups and ready meals.

Sweet Freedom – choc shots / sweeteners.

YumEarth Organics  – confectionary. (On Amazon too.)

FreeFrom 12 or 13 Food Allergens

Here are some brands which only use one or two food allergens, and therefore may be suitable for many.

BFree Foods – breads and wraps. One new loaf contains gluten-free oats.

Cocoa Libre – chocolates. Only allergen used is soya (lecithin).

Doves Farm – flours, biscuits, cereals, cereal bars. Some contain cereals containing gluten only; gluten-free products contain none of the 14 allergens.

Free & Easy – two products (bean cassoulet, vegetable hotpot) contain celery; cheese-flavour sauce mix contains soya. (Mixes and curry pasts are free of the 14 allergens.)

FreeFrom Italy – pasta sauces (Le Conserve della Nonna Tomato & Basil sauce contains celery) and pastas (may contain traces of soya warning)

Goody Good Stuff – confectionary. ‘May contain wheat starch traces’ warning only – but products are confirmed gluten-free. Available on Amazon.

Incredible Bakery – breads and cakes. Only use gluten-free oats.

Inkka Quinoa Pasta – quinoa flour pasta. Contains egg.

Moo Free – chocolate. Contain / may contain hazelnuts.

No Muu – chocolate and sweet treats. Soya and sulphites only allergens used.

Orgran – baking mixes, dry pastas, crackers, flours, sweet products. Molasses licorice contains soya; apple and cinnamon pancake mix, chocolate and amaretti biscuits contain sulphur dioxide.

Plamil – chocolate products mostly either contain / may contain soya; plain egg-free ‘mayo’ products contain mustard.

Rana’s Bakery – gluten-free bread mixes and breads. Only use gluten-free oats.

Sunrise Bakery – sweet and savoury baked goods – nut and seed free site. Only use gluten-containing cereal (wheat) and soya.

Venice Bakery – pizza bases and other baked goods. Soya in some products.

Other Useful Links

FreeFrom Food Directories – by Foods Matter
Celery allergy and celery-free foods – by Allergy Insight

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