What do allergen-friendly shelf-stable foods look like? They can be found sporadically in every aisle in the grocery store and health food stores. Labels need to be read against a food allergy list. A lot goes into figuring out what is “allergen-friendly” including reading ingredients, phoning manufacturers, and the list will vary widely depending on the number of allergens.

This morning I took the opportunity to make an Allergen-Friendly Foods wishlist on Amazon.com – you can find it here. I did this to make it easier for people to donate to the food banks that I previously listed. I urge you to consider donating to the Shop Rite in New Dorp Staten Island:

Rich Phillips

Shop Rite New Dorp (near New Dorp, High School)

2424 Hylan Blvd.

Staten Island, NY 10306

The list that I created on Amazon.com includes the following foods (and more):

Angie’s Kettle Corn + Boom Chicka Pop Popcorn

Erewhon Gluten-Free Cereals: Cocoa Brown Rice Crisps, Corn Flakes and Rice Crisps

Nature’s Path Corn Flakes

Edward&Sons Brown Rice Crackers: plain, vegetable and onion/garlic

Wild Planet canned tuna & sardines

Progresso canned tuna

Cento canned tuna

Bela Sardines

Eden Brown Rice & Beans (canned) – they have many different flavors

Annie Chun’s Ready to eat Rice + sushi kits (brown and white)

Allergaroo Spaghetti or Chili Mac (top 8 free)

Rice Milk – Rice Dream

Enjoy Life Cookies + Plentils + chocolate + granola + seeds & fruit

Roland or Goya Canned Artichoke Hearts in water

Popeye Canned Spinach

Safe Canned Yams

Safe Canned Carrots

Ener-G Rice Breads / Tapioca Breads

Goya Beans

Sunbutter

Wowbutter

Surf Sweets

Welchs Grape Jelly

Go-Picnic Lunch Boxes

Fritos Corn Chips (plain)

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One Response to What are Allergen-Friendly Shelf-Stable Foods?

  1. Sherry says:

    Hello Heidi

    Do you know of any shelf stable meals like chili or stew etc that don’t have the top food allergens ie: dairy, eggs, fish, shell fish, soya, peanuts, gluten, nuts or mustard? Something that would be great for traveling.

    Look forward to hearing from you
    Sherry

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