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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

HomeFree, Oatmeal Cookies

HomeFree, started by a fellow mental health worker Jill Robbins, has up until now has offered organic, vegan, nut-free, wheat-free treats. I’ve enjoyed them for years; so delish. Their chocolate chip cookies taste to me like real commercially available cookies. And the minis, both chocolate chip and chocolate chocolate chip, are ridiculously pop-into-your-mouth-able. At this year’s Natural Products Expo East, HomeFree unveiled a completely gluten-free soft oatmeal cookie.

From Jill: Now HomeFree soft oatmeal cookies, already free of food allergens including peanuts, tree nuts, soy, egg, and dairy, as well as being whole grain, vegan, kosher pareve, low sodium, SB-19 compliant for schools, and heart healthy, are now also wheat free, and certified by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO) to be free of gluten.

So how was the oatmeal cookie? Not too sweet, cinnamon-y, like a breakfast oatmeal; chewy, soft but still toothsome; not overly decadent tasting – more comforting than sinful; and, as it’s shelf stable and packed individually in twos, great to travel with.

In addition to the fact that it’s a delish cookie, HomeFree has a clear FAQ, stated allergen-policy and product label. If you still have questions, reach out. They want to hear from you.

Thank you HomeFree for doing it again!

Jill Robbins
President
HomeFree, LLC
P.O. Box 491
Windham, NH 03087
Info@homefreetreats.com
(603) 898-0172
(800) 552-7172

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