Not all these brands may make a specific on-pack nut-free and / or peanut-free claim, but avoid them in their products and operate no-nuts factories, lines or sites. Always double-check in case of any change in policy, and note that some peanut-free tree-nut products are included below.
See also our ‘14 allergens free‘ list of brands, which will be safe.
Say they use “no peanuts or peanut-based products as ingredients in our food”.
Artisan Bread Organic (ABO)
Gluten / wheat / dairy free breads — and some other bakery products, as well as unusual flours (chufa / tiger nut flour) and spreads (vegan chocolate icing and chocolate-free spread).
Peanut free tree-nut butters. NB. These are tree nut butters so not tree-nut free! Difficult to find in the UK, but widely available in the US, including on Amazon.
Bells Food Group
Two nut-free sites, producing savoury pies, and cakes / pastries.
Berkleys Nut Free Chocolate
Chocolate! For adults, kids, seasonal, and wedding favours.
Chocolate drops. Say they are nut free (as well as wheat / gluten / dairy free).
Ready-made dinner bowls, lunch pots and salad jars, made on a nut-free manufacturing site.
Vegetarian / tofu food products. “All our products are made on nut free sites”.
Their nut policy statement would suggest they are suitable for a nut-free diet.
Chocolate and carob confectionary. “All our products are nut free”.
Snack bars and flapjacks.
Good Grain Bakery
A brown loaf and a seeded loaf, which is both gluten free and vegan.
Chutneys, relishes, jams.
South American-inspired snacks. GF as well as nut free.
Baking mixes, sauces, gravy granules — all made in a nut-free environment.
Crisps, bean / pea snacks.
Just Love Food Co
Nut-free cakes, including some Sainsbury’s brand.
Nut-free products and nuts not handled in the factory.
Koko Dairy Free
Coconut milk and spread. Also yoghurts but these carry a ‘made in factory where nuts handled’ warning.
Snacks and treats. Free from peanuts only (not tree nuts).
Lily Tree Bakery
Newcastle-based local baker specialising in free from cakes — all nut free as well as vegan / GF etc.
Say they have operated peanut-free sites since 2016. Peanut safe only (not tree nut safe).
Gluten-free tortilla chips, various flavours, made in a nut-free factory.
Marks & Spencer
Their nut/peanut free list — scroll down to ‘Should I be eating this?’
Mrs O’s Fuss Free Mixes
Egg free and dairy free mixes made in a nut-free environment.
List of foods suitable for a nut-avoidance diet.
Nut Free Chocolate People
“Delicious chocolate without nuts or nuts traces”
Sports snack bars, stated nut-free (also gluten-free) — note that some of their protein / energy bars are NOT allergy safe.
Chocolate, carob, egg free mayo, plant milks. No nuts on site.
Homemade biscuits. GF / DF as well as nut free.
Curries, chutnies, naans and more.
Crackers, biscuits and more — vegan and Kosher, a couple of GF products too.
Natural and organic rice pastas. ” … produced in nut free premises”.
Product guidance for people avoiding nuts and peanuts, with a combined list for egg too.
Scarlett and Mustard
Dressings, condiments, curds, sauces, marinades and oils.
Sugar and Crumbs
Flavoured icing sugars and cocoa powders, made in a nut free factory. Also GF / DF.
Preserves, spreads, relishes, pickles, alcoholic drinks, honeys, puddings …
Biscuits, cakes, crackers. Regularly updated list of foods suitable for a ‘nut avoidance diet’.
Own-label products suitable for those avoiding nuts and peanuts.
Nut and peanut list — for Weetabix, Alpen, Ready Brek, Oatibix.
Tree nut snacks and tree nut butters. Free from peanut, only.