I CAN’T BELIEVE it’s taken me this long (herein proof it’s a bum ache finding allergy safe food) but I have just discovered that Kinnerton make a nut free, egg free milk chocolate for kids.
I knew they made the dairy free bars and lollies, which are pretty liberally stocked by the major supermarkets. But for some reason none of the supermarkets I have ever visited stock the milk chocolate versions.
I can’t for the life of me fathom why. There are so many children with nut allergies, and Kinnerton have it so sewn up with their character-branded stuff, from Peppa Pig to Thomas the Tank Engine, I’m certain they’d prove big sellers. Perhaps they tread on the toes of the supermarket own brand fare, which, frankly, is dreary and uninspiring.
You’re a five-year-old at Christmas.
You get me.
Meanwhile, other wonderful allergy Tweeters have revealed that the Kinnerton milk chocolate lollies can be bought via Ocado here or the lollies, bars and more can be stocked up on in bulk via the ‘Chocolate Buttons’ website here.
And talking of Christmas, for the nut, egg, gluten and dairy free out there, Kinnerton have produced a limited run of allergy safe advent calendars that you can send off for here (thanks @dairyfree for that tip).
It shouldn’t be this complicated, should it?