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Gluten-Free and Allergen-Free Candy Quick List

Posted on October 7th, 2008 by Alison Read 15 Comments - Add Your Own »

***Please see the updated Gluten-Free Allergen-Free Candy Quick List for 2009!

This is a quick list of Halloween candy (October 2008) that is gluten-free and free of the top 8 allergens. Please read the candy companies’ allergen statements and double check ingredients before consuming any of the following products. For more candies and their allergens, see the bigger Halloween Candy List.

WONKA

  • Bottlecaps
  • Everlasting Gobstopper
  • Chewy Gobstopper
  • Runts (not Chewy)
  • Fun Dip and Fun Dip Sour
  • Pixy Stix
  • Sweetarts (regular)
  • Tart N Tinys
  • Nerds

CE DE CANDY

  • Smarties, Smarties Lollies

TOOTSIE

  • Dots

MARS

  • Starburst
  • Skittles and Skittle Sour

SPANGLER CANDY

  • Dum Dum Pops (regular)

HERSHEY

  • Jolly Rancher Hard Candy and Hard Candy Sticks

WRIGLEY

  • Lifesavers Gummies

FARLEY’s AND SATHER’S

  • Super Bubble and Super Bubble Blast
  • Rain-Blo pops
  • Atomic Fireball
  • Jawbreakers
  • Gummi Bears
  • Sour Brite Crawlers
  • Smarties
  • Sweetarts
  • Jujufruits
  • Brach’s Candy Corn (not caramel) and Gummi Candy Corn (“packaged on equipment that also packages products containing milk, egg, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts and/or soy protein.”)
  • Brach’s Mellowcreme Pumpkins (“Made in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, sunflower seeds, milk, soy, eggs and wheat”)

JUST BORN

  • Mike & Ike
  • Hot Tamales
  • Peeps Pumpkins and Ghosts

FERRARA PAN
(“this product was manufactured in a facility where peanuts, almonds, milk, soy and egg are used in the production of other products.”)

  • Chewy Atomic Fireballs
  • Lemonhead
  • Red Hots
  • Chewy Lemonhead and Friends
  • Applehead
  • Grapehead
  • Cherryhead
  • Jawbreakers

ENJOY LIFE (www.enjoylifefoods.com)

  • Boom CHOCO Boom Dark Chocolate Bar, Crispy Rice Bar, Milk Bar

YUMMY EARTH (www.yummyearth.com)

  • Lollipops and Candy Drops

Comments

  1. what a great RESOURCE LIST!!!! There are even some of us out there who LOVE all this candy- and not just at Halloween but all year round! -so this really is a handy list to have! What a tremendous effort -there are so many people who will be able to use this!

  2. This is a great resource, as Karen points out. And the previous post is as well. Hope you don’t mind me linking to these two candy posts. You’ve done all the hard work, and so many people will be happy to scan down the list and follow those links you’ve provided. Thank you very much.

  3. THANK YOU, THANK YOU! It is always so time-consuming to go to the grocery store and read labels, labels, labels only to find that there are only 3 candies that work out. This is a great list!

  4. Thank you for this list! My 2 year old has dairy allergies, and some I had known – but it is SOOO comforting to have a list from which to work. This halloween can actually be fun for her!

  5. thanks for posting this!!

  6. See here for some white chocolate safe candy. They also have white chocolate chips:
    http://www.choclat.com/Halloween/halloween.php

  7. I am a school nurse and this list is wonderfull. THANK YOU!THANK YOU!
    GOD bless.

  8. I AM SO GLAD THERE IS A WEBSITE THAT I CAN GO TO AND SEE WHAT IS GOOD FOR ME OR BAD FOR ME!! THANKS

  9. Thank you SO much for doing this!

  10. Does anyone know of a cheese that is milk and soy free and where to get it?

  11. GLEE gum is the only gum that I know of that is all natural and allergen free. EVERY other brand of chewing gum has soy in it!!

  12. DumDum’s have gluten.
    See’s Candy is gluten free. Just the butterscotch suckers have gluten and they are not made in the See’s factory, so no contamination to worry about.

  13. Red Hots have modified food starch in them…I just got really sick after eating some.

  14. The modified food starch in Red Hots is corn. Maybe you are allergic to something else in them!

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