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Posted on Monday, October 15th, 2012 at 10:40 am
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Ian’s makes all natural allergy friendly foods for kids, (that are tasty enough for adults to enjoy, too).  Their chicken comes from free range and vegetarian fed chickens that are raised without hormones  or antibiotics.  Their fish comes from wild-caught Alaskan Pollock that is certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council.  Their fried products use a GMO free canola oil which is trans fat free and has omega – 3 fatty acids.  Ian’s gluten free kids products include Allergy Friendly Chicken Nuggets, Allergy Friendly Chicken Patties, Allergy Friendly Chicken Tenders, Allergy Friendly Fish Sticks, Allergy Friendly Onion Rings, and Alphatots (which are potatoes shaped into letters of the alphabet).  They make a  Mac and No Cheese Sauce, Popcorn Turkey Corn Dogs, and Allergy Friendly Sweet Potato Fries.  They make a Chicken Nugget Kids meal that is allergy friendly. For breakfast, try their gluten free French Toast Sticks, Maple Sausage and Egg Wafflewich, or Egg and Maple Cheddar Wafflewich.  They also have a gluten free French Bread frozen Pizza and a gluten free Pepperoni French Bread Pizza.  Ian’s has a line of gluten free cookies, and gluten free Panko Breadcrumbs.  You cannot buy Ian’s products from their website, so the price could vary depending on where you purchase them at.

Foods that are gluten free are made without wheat or other ingredients that contain gluten.  This makes them safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance.  There is an easy to use product search on the Ian’s website that you can use to find products that are wheat free, gluten free, milk free, casein free, egg free, peanut free, tree nut free, soy free, or all of the above.  Ian’s likes to keep things natural, so they never use artificial colors, artificial flavors, or preservatives.  Some people can have an allergic reaction to those things.  Ian’s also doesn’t use trans fats, which are the “bad fats” You won’t find hormones, antibiotics, hydrogenated oils, refined sugars, bleached flours, or tripolyphosphates in Ian’s products.  Ian’s company headquarters is located in Framingham, Massacuhusetts.  The first product they ever made was a Chicken Pot Pie.

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