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An Australian company with eight different types of kid-friendly, "free-from" cereals recently arrived in America.


Freedom Foods began 20 years ago Down Under. They operate a state-of-the-art factory, making a variety of rice, corn, buckwheat and sorghum cereals. Their high-protein cereal, Pro-Teen, is made with garbanzo bean flour (instead of soy or wheat, like other brands).


The company makes look-alike versions of sugary childrens’ cereals in a plant that is free of major allergens: wheat, barley, triticale, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, dairy and sesame seeds.



The cereals are called:

  • Tropico’s
  • Rice Puffs
  • Rice Flakes
  • Maple Crunch
  • Corn Flakes
  • Ancient Grain Flakes
  • Pro-Teen Crunch
  • Cocoa Crunch

To achieve a high-quality allergen-free cereal, the company says it takes the following steps:

  • It works closely with growers
  • It mills its own flours on site 
  • It tests continually to the lowest levels of every batch it makes to make sure the product only contains what it says it does.

Since exhibiting in ExpoWest, a natural foods trade show, earlier this year, they have started selling in Fred Meyer, Stop & Shop, Wegmans, and more. To locate a store near you, check the company’s Facebook page and put your zip code on their Locations tab. Or, contact them through their web site.


The information shared here is for your convenience only; it is not an endorsement or guarantee of the product's safety. Please read the ingredient labels and contact the manufacturer if needed to confirm the safety for your child. 


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