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New Food Finds: Chocolate Treats Coming in 2017

 

Kids With Food Allergies sent a team to check out all the #NewFoodFinds revealed at the 2017 Natural Products Expo West. We shared our findings via Instagram.

If you are an Instagram user, click on the on the products below to add your comments and questions (we've tagged the food makers on our posts).

Chocolate treats coming soon:

free2b Foods launched Snack Breaks - snacking chocolate in a resealable bag. Available in three flavors: Dark Chocolate with dried Cranberries and Pumpkin Seeds, Dark Chocolate with organic crushed peppermint, and Rice Chocolate with dried blueberries and rice crisps. Snack Breaks are free of 12 allergens, vegan and gluten-free.



PASCHA Chocolate has top-8 free Organic White Chocolate Bars and Organic Orange Chocolate Bars coming out later this year.





TAZA CHOCOLATE Dark Bark is Mexican-inspired stone-ground chocolate. Their chocolate snacking thins with quinoa puffs are coming soon in five flavors. All varieties are dairy-free and soy-free. Some varieties contain almond or coconut.

TAZA CHOCOLATE Dark Bark #dairyfree#soyfree #glutenfree #vegan. Contains nuts. #NewFoodFinds at #ExpoWest @tazachocolate

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No Whey Chocolate added Chocolatey Hollow Eggs to their lineup of allergy-friendly candy. Free of milk, soy, peanuts, tree nuts and gluten. No artificial flavors or colors.



Rule Breaker Snacks pack fiber and protein into these bean-based brownies and blondies. All treats are gluten-free and free from the top 8 allergens. They're kosher and GMO free too.



Zing makes nutrition bars out of Peruvian dark chocolate. Two new flavors - Dark Chocolate Mint and Dark Chocolate Mocha - are free of dairy, egg and gluten. The allergy-friendly options are run first on production lines.



This information is provided for your convenience. It is not an endorsement or a guarantee of product safety. Always read ingredient labels. Contact the manufacturer, if needed, to confirm the safety for your child. Please let them know you learned about their product from Kids With Food Allergies.

We are sharing this information for your convenience. It is not an endorsement or a guarantee of the product's safety. Always read ingredient labels. Contact the manufacturer, if needed, to confirm the safety for your child.

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