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Bars for people with food allergies – Part 2

Posted on June 19th, 2008 by Alison Read 7 Comments - Add Your Own »

A while back I told you about some of the gluten-free and allergen-free snack bars on the market. I received feedback and product samples of some more so I thought I would let you know about them! Feel free to leave a comment and let everyone know what you think.

    • Trio Bars by Mrs. May’striobar.jpg
      • light and crunchy
      • comes in four flavors: Blueberry, Cranberry, Strawberry, and Tropical
      • from their website: “All Mrs. May’s products are vegan, non-GMO, cholesterol free, dairy free, wheat free, Gluten free, 0 Trans Fat and contain no artificial colors or flavors.” Note: these do contain nuts and seeds.
    • Omega Smart Nutrition Bars


      • dense and chewy, not too sweet
      • gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free, some flavors are also soy-free, some flavors contain nuts
      • from their website: “ALL Omega Smart bars are easily digested, help to manage blood sugar, contain over 2,000 mg. of Omega-3’s and offer an ideal ratio of complex carbohydrates, proteins, and healthy-fats”
      • comes in many flavors, including Cinnamon Apple, Banana Chocolate Chip and Apricot Almond







  • from their website: “no peanuts, no gluten, no eggs, no milk or dairy, no soy, no tree nuts, no shellfish, no corn”




  • gluten-free, casein-free, soy-free, corn-free, GMO-free, free of artificial flavors, colors & preservatives
  • from their website: “nutritionally balanced, ANDI bars add vitamins and minerals to your child’s diet. Flax seeds add a delightful crunch, and your kids won’t even know they are getting vital Omega fatty acids! Each 2 oz. bar contains a whopping 15 grams of protein!”




  • all are gluten-free except Peanut Butter Crunch; all contain milk, soy, peanuts and tree nuts
  • note: these bars contain high fructose corn syrup, but if you don’t care about that… I have heard that they taste good!
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  1. Hello: All Jennies products, including macaroons and omega 3 energy bars are completely gluten free (as well as dairy, casein, soy, yeast and trans fat free) we have a simple delicious product!

    Lisa Badner

  2. Thanks Lisa,
    I LOVE Jennie’s macaroons. I didn’t realize they made a bar.

  3. Does anyone know if any of these are available anywhere in Canada?

  4. I highly recommend Cascadian Farms Harvest Berry Bars. You have to read the labels – there are two different formulas, one with almonds and one without. They are great tasting and very chewy.

    I often eat one when I can’t find anything else in the pantry to eat.


  5. Shannon,
    Does Amazon ship to Canada?

    The Cascadian Farms Harvest Berry Bars look yummy, but they are full of gluten unfortunately — which means I can’t eat it. Besides oats (not the gluten-free kind) and barley malt extract, they even contain wheat flour! I wish someone would make a really good gluten-free granola bar with uncontaminated oats.

  6. They actually have a version (not on their website) with rice flour, but I didn’t think about the oats. What should I look for in the oats?

  7. Alana,
    Commercial oats are contaminated with wheat (this has been proven in random testing of several popular brands). You can read more on my post What’s the deal with oats?

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