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14 September 2014

Food Allergy Consumer Product Review: No-Nut Butter

Empy jar of No-Nut Butter
Have you heard of The Sneaky Chef? If not, I am sure you will read more about her soon!

A few months ago, we had the delightful pleasure of sampling the Sneaky Chef's No-Nut Butter. It was so good, I had to pace myself in eating up the samples we had received. The taste and consistency are so reminiscent of peanut butter, it's remarkable! It is made from golden peas, and does not contain any of the top 11 food allergens. The manufacturing facility is peanut-free and nut-free as well. It contains no high fructose corn syrup and the peas and canola oil are non-GMO.

I'd love to get a case of the No-Nut Butter Grab & Go packages. They contain six 2 ounce packages of No-Nut Butter and are fantastic for school, camp, and work! Creamy and delicious, 2 tablespoons are 190 calories, with 3 grams of protein, which is great for my finicky eaters!

Thank you to Missy, the woman behind The Sneaky Chef, for contacting Food Allergy Buzz and sending samples for us to try! We loved No-Nut Butter!

The FAB Review

Dedicated facility: Yes. Manufacturing facility is free of peanuts and tree nuts.
Appearance: Comes in an 18 ounce BPA free plastic jar, a six pack of 2-ounce servings, and also a 1 serving snack pack with 2 ounces of No-Nut Butter and crackers. Looks just like peanut butter! (but it's not PB!)
Taste: One word--delicious!
Texture:  Smooth, just like it should be!

Convenience: No-Nut Butter is available in some stores in the New York area and online as well from retailers such as Amazon.com and Walmart.com. The Grab & Go packs are ideal for so many situations--camp, school, work. Check out the store locator on the Sneaky Chef  Facebook Page too.
Price/value: I cannot tell a lie--it's a little on the pricey side, but when you are managing food allergies and need free-from foods from dedicated facilities, the cost is always higher. An 18 ounce jar on Amazon is $10.34 and a Grab & Go package is $10.99. A half case (6 packages) of the Grab & Go on Amazon is $39.99, which equals $6.67 per 6-pack.  Walmart sells a case (12 packages) of the Grab & Go for $66, which breaks down to $5.50 per 6-pack.

Buy again?: Yes, in a heartbeat!


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