OUR RICE MILK BAKING CHIPS ARE FREE FROM:
Peanuts are referred to as “nuts” but they are in fact legumes. Peanuts grow underground. They are a common ingredient in chocolate products.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from peanuts.
A nut (or tree nut) is a fruit which grows in trees and is composed of a hard shell and a seed. Common nuts include almonds, Brazil nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamias, pistachios, pecans and cashews.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from tree nuts.
Gluten is a protein, found is grains, such as wheat, rye and barley. It can cause reactions in people who have an intolerances to gluten. Some people eliminate gluten from their diet, due to personal preference. However, individuals with celiac disease, must avoid all gluten.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from gluten.
Wheat is a cereal grain produced globally. Types of wheat include: common wheat, bread wheat, durum, emmer and spelt. Different proteins in wheat can activate the immune system and trigger an allergic reaction.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from wheat.
Dairy products contain milk-based ingredients including casein, whey and lactose. Dairy proteins cause severe allergic reactions while lactose is more often associated with intolerances.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from dairy.
Allergic reactions to eggs are quite common and are of course avoided by people following a vegan diet.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from egg.
The soy bean is found in foods like soy sauce, miso and tofu and in many processed foods. Most chocolate is made using soy lecithin, an emulsifier.
Soy is used in our manufacturing facility where we make our Rice Milk Baking Chips; this applies to both our Rice Milk Chips. These chips, and the chocolate they are made with, are produced on a completely dedicated soy-free line. Lab tests of our Rice Milk Baking Chips do not detect any soy (test measurement limit of 10ppm).
The sesame seed can be either white or black in color and is a common ingredient in Asian dishes. While the U.S. has not yet designated sesame a common allergen, other countries including Canada and the members of the European Union have.
Both our Rice Milk Baking Chips are free from sesame.