After many months of planning and action, we are in the final phase of our soy elimination: packaging phase out. What this means is that there are no longer any products for sale in the Nonuttin’ online store that contain soy yet you will still see that products have the old packaging that has soy warnings on it (contains soy lecithin for chocolate items, may contain soy for those without chocolate). This will continue for some time while we run
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted since I’ve been just doing quickie updates on Facebook. However, that doesn’t mean that I haven’t been madly working up a storm. You may have noticed that all chocolate chips and chunks are now being discontinued from our online store and are 25% off. This is because we’re heading into Phase II of the soy elimination program. Phase I was taking soybeans off the production floor and it was completed March 31.
As announced March 1, 2012, we have begun the transition to a soy free facility with step one, finishing production of our soybean-based Energy Explosion trail mix. We have now removed the dry roasted soybeans from our production floor. All Energy Explosion trail mix finished packages will remain in our warehouse and be sold on a first come, first served basis until all stock is depleted. After a thorough cleaning, soy allergen testing will be implemented so that some Nonuttin’
Now that we’re beginning Phase 1 of our Soy Free Facility transition, Energy Explosion will no longer be produced by the end of this week. Therefore, all Energy Explosion Trail Mix is discontinued and 50% off while supplies last.
I am very pleased to announce that we are removing soy from the Nonuttin’ facility. Soy has been very helpful for many food allergic consumers as a high protein replacement for nuts. However, many customers have contacted us or spoken to us at trade shows about their increasing allergies or intolerance to soy. Soy is known to be cross-reactive for those with peanut allergies and Celiac Disease. After carefully reviewing these requests and scouring the planet high and low for
Happy Leap Year! Why not celebrate every 4 years with a one day sale? Simply put $50 worth of products (before taxes) in your cart and you’ll get 25% off all products. For 24 hours only starting at midnight and going to 11:59 pm Pacific Standard Time on Wednesday, February 29. Don’t forget that you can still get free shipping when you spend $75 (after discounts and before taxes) and an additional 10% off when you spend $150 (after discounts
Here’s our press release from today. Look out Grammys, here we come! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE GRAMMY STARS READY TO TAKE A BITE OF NONUTTIN’ DUNCAN, BC – What snacks would you feed hungry music stars at the Grammy Awards this Sunday? Organizers of the dressing room snacks were asking themselves this question while trying to juggle all of the special dietary needs that many artists require. To solve this dietary challenge, they gave Vancouver Island’s own Nonuttin’ Natural Foods a
My husband and I watched a fascinating documentary on David Suzuki’s, The Nature of Things on CBC this weekend. It was about the latest in autism research that shows that gut health may be the link. Some parents are already putting this into action with gluten/dairy free diets for their autistic children. This documentary also brings up illnesses in infants and the onset of autism with anecdotal information from different parents of autistic children. It is especially poignant for those
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Who knew that when starting at a new school that my food allergic child would cause more stress than the school itself? We’ve always known that our child has a great deal of difficulty with change, even if she doesn’t show it anywhere but in the safe confines of our home. I’m not sure if she’s this way because of the food allergies or whether she would have been like that regardless, all I know is that change creates a