Let me go ahead and say, I have a thing with packaging. I’m one of those people who can be inspired to buy a product if it has cute packaging. My photo really doesn’t do it justice, but the colors just pop. Love it!
Founded by Jill Robbins, a clinical psychologist and author of “Allergen Free Baking,” turned to baking when her son was diagnosed with severe food allergies. Jill’s goal was to create delicious, wholesome treats that her son, and everyone with or without food allergies, could enjoy together. Today the company makes a variety of cookies and coffee cakes in a dedicated baking facility, where it conducts allergen testing on ingredients and random product batches to ensure that each product is free of common food allergens.
HomeFree cookies are:
· Certified organic
· Certified whole grain – each cookie serving contains at least ½ serving of whole grains
· Free of peanuts, tree nuts, eggs and dairy
· Without trans fat or cholesterol
· Fine for most people allergic to wheat (not gluten-free; contain oats)
· Fine for most people allergic to soy (most contain soy lecithin)
· Baked and packaged in a dedicated bakery
· Allergen tested
· Without corn sweeteners, artificial colors, artificial flavors, MSG, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
· Certified vegan (oatmeal cookies, and coffee cakes)
· Certified kosher pareve
HomeFree cookies are available in a variety of flavors including chocolate chip, chocolate chocolate chip, and oatmeal (6.3 ounce boxes), as well as mini chocolate chip, mini chocolate chocolate chip and new mini oatmeal chocolate chip. ”
HomeFree also offers coffee cakes, cook books, organic baking ingredients, and gifts. You can check out their products here.