Chia seeds

Who knew it would be so hard to find chia seeds that are not cross contaminated?

I’m finding more and more companies aren’t disclosing shared lines. Or, they are all made in the same facility and don’t have separate lines.

I’ve read a lot of may contain or processed in a facility that also processes…

It can be so discouraging but don’t give up!

Typically, larger name brand companies have the resources and funds to have dedicated lines.

It’s just a matter of finding them. But who wants to spend hours and hours researching companies.

This is where google and FB groups come in handy. If you don’t already belong to a group, I highly recommend joining an allergy aware group in your area.

They have great tips and share which companies they have called and their responses.

I stumbled upon Go Go Quinoa today from Quebec.

They advertise in their FAQ’s that they are allergy aware and state they are peanut, tree nut, dairy products, soy, corn, meat ingredients, shellfish, fish, mustard and gluten free.

Basically exempt from Canada’s top 12 principle allergens.

Always read the label before you buy.

I’ve made many a call standing in the grocery store to double check shared lines.

You can purchase them on Amazon.

Which companies do you purchase from that are allergen free?

Alexandra xo

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