Here’s the complete peanut free candy list that you absolutely need in your life if you are allergic to peanuts or any tree nuts in general.
Finding peanut free candy that aren’t processed on shared equipment can be a stressful and time consuming task.
Whether if it’s researching every individual candy and their manufacturing process or carefully reading every single ingredient on the back of candy packaging, ensuring that your candy (or more importantly, your child’s candy) is peanut free, can ultimately take its toll.
But thankfully you’re in luck because we got you covered.
Below, you’ll find our ultimate peanut and nut free candy listing!
Tree Nut and Peanut Free Candy List
Here’s the complete listing of all the candies and snacks that don’t contain any peanuts or tree nuts.
This listing of candy also only includes candy that has not been processed in the same facility as peanuts and nuts.
Just remember that this listing isn’t always 100% accurate because recipes and ingredients do tend to change without warning. So always be sure to double check labels.
…and here’s a few legal matters that we need to touch on first before we get to the list.
Disclaimer: This peanut free candy listing is for informational purposes only and serves as a guide and is not intended to replace the advice of any medical professional. We do not accept any liability for errors or omissions made by us. It your responsibility (the consumer and reader) to check the product label to ensure that products do not contain nuts and to also verify with the manufacturer that any of the nut allergens were introduced into the product during the manufacturing process. By reading and using this listing of peanut free and tree nut free candy, you understand these risks and assume the responsibility of making sure the product is safe for yours or anyone else peanut and tree nut-free consumption.
Okay, now let’s jump straight to this nut free candy list!
- red vines
- sour punch straws
Callard and Bowser
- altoids (original and cinnamon – not chocolate)
Ce De Candy
- blow pops
- tic tacs
- now and later
- dubble bubble
- good and plenty
- hershey’s chocolate bar (plain chocolate bars only)
- jolly rancher hard candy
- jolly rancher gummies
- kisses (plain kisses only)
- milk duds
- hot tamales
- mike and ike (all flavors)
- sour path kids soft and chewy
- swedish fish
- airheads extreme sour belts
- dum dum lollipops
- charleston chews
- junior mints
- ring pops
- sugar babies
- sugar daddies
- tootsie rolls
- tootsie roll pops
- push pops
- bottle caps
- fun dip
- laffy taffy
- nerds rope
- pixie stix
- bubble tape gum
- hubba bubba
- life savers gummies
- life savers gummy sours
- life saver swirl pops
- skittles (all flavors)
- starburst (all flavors)
- starburst jellybeans (all flavors)
- starburst lollipops (all flavors)
- peppermint patties
- cotton candy
- parade cotton candy
- pop rocks
- sugar babies
- sugar daddy
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actually, coconuts aren’t considered a nut so…
does anybody know if candy canes by Brach’s is tree nut free?
Only smarties mini sizes are nut free
Mentos contains coconut oil so it would be considered unsafe under tree nuts
Everything Tootsie makes is made in a nut free facility, so your missing several candies there. Oh, and they own Charms.