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.
Dairy yoghurts. They say: “Gourmet live yoghurts, Straight Up unsweetened yoghurt, Kefir cultured yoghurt tubs, Super Yoghurts, kids Suckies pouches and Brekkie pots are produced in nut free dairies.” (As of December 2020.) See the FAQ on their website.
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.