Allergy Grocer, originally known as Miss Roben’s has always been one of my favorite companies from which to purchase gluten-free ingredients and mixes. Last year they went out of business, but I was thrilled to learn they have reopened. They have an updated and easy to use web site, with an About Us page you will want to read. It includes their mission:
“To provide those with food allergies great tasting, great textured, and nutritional food products that are reasonably priced, safe to consume, offered through a user-friendly website, and delivered timely and as requested”.
You will also learn that:
“Allergy Grocer’s production plant (Miss Roben’s), warehouse, and fulfillment center are all dedicated “allergen friendly” environments.”
I’m always confident that Miss Roben’s products are truly gluten free, and if purchasing other brands, I don’t have to go searching for information. For example, when I click on Shiloh Farms almond flour, it clearly states, “This product was packaged using equipment that also handles wheat, soy, peanuts and tree nuts.” When I click on Ancient Harvest quinoa flour it states, “Allergen Note: Processed in a facility that also handles wheat and soy under allergen control procedures.”
Although I have primarily purchased gluten-free flours from Allergy Grocer, they carry a variety of products including meals, snacks, pasta, cookies, and much more. To get a shipping estimate, put items in your cart, then enter your zip code in a box on the check out page.
Allergy Grocer is offering three Miss Roben’s mixes to one winner in any location. To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post telling me which three mixes you would like. Please leave an email address if you do not have a blog where I can contact you. The giveaway will end Monday, March 29th at 11:59 p.m. eastern time.