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Amazon Products Loved By Allergy Moms

Milk Free Foods on Amazon

There’s nothing real convenient about food allergies. But Amazon shopping is one exception!

Amazon is one of my favorite places to shop for allergy-friendly foods and products.

They carry tons of our favorites, at a good price, with free shipping!

Plus, with Amazon Prime, I can order goodies without having to bump orders to $35.

You can start your own a 30-day free trial to see if it’s worth it to you, too. (affiliate)

Most food products on Amazon conveniently have a list of ingredients so you can do some initial research.

But always double check ingredients on the actual packages when the goods arrive.

Below, we keep a running list of our favorite Amazon products conveniently in one place for you.

Be sure to check back as we are always adding to the list!

Please let us know if there’s anything awesome we are missing.

Remember, read all labels for yourself.

These products may contain your allergens, we are just milk and nut free.

Or ingredients can change anytime. Labels, labels, labels…read them often.

These are affiliate links where we may receive a small commission if you click and purchase. It’s no extra cost to you.

Happy shopping!

DAIRY-FREE FOOD

LUNCH TOOLS

Thermos Food Jar (including teal!)

KITCHEN TOOLS

Kitchen Aid Mixer Under $200

Refurbished Vitamix

Toaster Oven (cross contamination solution)

Electric Tea Kettle (great for travel)

Can Opener (great for travel)

Peeler (great for travel)

BPA-Free Food Storage

Air Fryer Family Size

SUPPLEMENTS

HOME PRODUCTS

Schwinn Elliptical Machine (food allergy stress relief)

ALLERGY PRODUCTS

 

Happy allergy-friendly shopping on Amazon! You deserve the convenience. 

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Kathy Bernard

Saturday 30th of November 2019

I am a 58 year old grandmother recently diagnosed with a milk allergy. Hardest thing I ever had to do is give it up. I also have hashimotos ,fibromyalgia & eosinophilic esophagitis. Just wondering if it all could be connected.

Jamie Kaufmann

Tuesday 3rd of December 2019

Hi Kathy. Certainly ask your doctor about that. And I hope our site is helpful to you. Thanks for saying hi. xo

Stephanie

Monday 12th of November 2018

Hi there! I was wondering if you or your readers could tell me where to find medjool dates that are not made on shared equipment with products containing tree nuts? I’ve looked at amazon and google searched but haven’t come up with anything.

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