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Holiday Gift Guide 2014
Gail Elvidge is the founder of Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates. Gail is a mom who has a son that is severely allergic to nuts. Since learning about her son’s allergy she has had to read every label to ensure he does not get any trace of peanuts or products that had come from manufacturing plants that could cross contaminate peanuts. Gail started making chocolate for her son to enjoy so she knew that the ingredients used were safe for him. Through many testings it did not take her long to find out what flavors were his favorite. Gail and her husband enjoy the same chocolates and now wants to share them with you.
My son is also allergic to peanuts. While he does not have a severe allergy, it could come to that point. I hope it does not, but I try to be cautious as possible as I know peanut allergies are nothing to mess with. I had the pleasure of reviewing some chocolate and since the holidays are not far away these would make the perfect stocking stuffers even if your child is not allergic to nuts. These chocolates are good for anyone!
I received an assortment of their holiday products which features dark chocolate and milk chocolate pieces along with chocolate pops and a Chocolate Santa. When my kids saw the chocolates arrive, we could not wait to dig in. I will admit I ate most of the dark chocolate pieces! I had to have my kids hide it for me lol. The chocolate is creamy and taste of superior quality. It has the perfect balance and is not too rich in flavor. My kids thought it was one of the best chocolates they have ever had. ( I have to agree).
For the holidays they come in festive and pretty packaging with green and red bows on them. Each piece is wrapped individually so you can dispense them easily. Vermont Nut-Free Chocolates carries a wide variety of products from baskets, fudge, pops, trail mix, boxed chocolates and more. In addition, there is baking products you can purchase along with unsweetened chocolate, chocolate chips, cocoa and more. I highly recommend you try Vermont Nut-Free, this holiday season!