Food for thought

In the U.S. there has been an explosion of healthier ways to eat since realizing that the chemicals we eat can cause adverse reactions. There are many recommendations such as: to eat organic, to avoid allergy-free, avoid GMO (genetically modified organisms), to eat kosher food, the Feingold program, gluten-free casein-free, vegan, corn syrup-free.  If you are trying to eliminate all this junk from your diet or your child’s diet check out When I heard of my friends son trying to wash the red dye out of his candy cane at Christmas I was heartbroken for him. He really has fewer meltdowns when he avoids dye and large amounts of processed sugar. I knew there had to be something out there for him and that is how I stumbled upon “natural candy.”


Food For Thought

The site features tons of yummy treats.  They even have a “Key” to help identify which diet it follows.



Simple and easy. I love it! They ship to the USA and Canada.  Their customer service was friendly and prompt.  She told me that they would be happy to ship to other countries but you need to email them to get a shipping quote. They are based in the USA. My hope is that people will realize that you can still have your candy and eat healthy, too.


Jennifer Roberge

Jennifer Roberge

Jennifer Roberge is the mother of two. She blogs about her family’s battles with eczema, allergies, and asthma at It’s an Itchy Little World. [] After conquering her son’s severe eczema, she founded The Eczema Company [], which offers specialty clothing and natural, non-toxic skin care for eczema.

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