General Mills’ Annie’s and Cascadian Farm brands are offering on-the-go-snacks with granola bars made in a peanut free facility. These bars are the first product from General Mills are made in a peanut free facility to open the doors for more consumers.
“At General Mills, we continue to innovate and develop products to best serve the needs of our consumers,” said Jason Resch, Business Unit Director, Natural & Organic at General Mills. “These Annie’s and Cascadian Farm granola bars made in a peanut free facility are no exception and will offer peace of mind for those who need it most.”
The Annie’s bars – Dipped Chocolate Chip Granola Bars and Dipped Caramel Granola Bars – are the same bars made in a peanut free facility. The bars are USDA certified organic and made with 35% less sugar compared to the original Annie’s Dipped Granola Bars.
The two bars from Cascadian Farm made in a peanut free facility include the Oats & Honey and Chocolate Drizzle varieties, which are also USDA certified organic and gluten free.
These bars are available at retailers nationwide in the US – the boxes containing the snack bars will be labelled with the words ‘Made In A Peanut Free Facility’ and with the logo.
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