Rice Mice Allergy Free Foods brighten the lives of children suffering from food allergies by providing easy access to a range of delicious treats which are free from food allergens. Made by Marthomi’s, who also make Zero Zebra chocolates, the products are suitable for all children and are unique in that every product in the range is free from all recognized allergens - milk, egg, soy, nuts and gluten (in fact all 14 allergens according to EU labelling regulations). Parents/carers of children with food allergies know how difficult it can be to find appropriate treats. Basic foods catering for specific allergies (like gluten-free bread) are becoming more readily available, but delicious treats are almost non-existent. It is for example quite common that one child may suffer from a gluten intolerance while another might suffer from milk allergy, or even multiple allergies like milk, soy, egg and nuts. Marthomi’s products allow all children, also those with no allergies, to enjoy the same tasty treats.
NEW: Rice Mice's complete range is now certified glutenfree by the German Coeliac Association. NEW: An absolute NO to palm oil! From 2017 Rice Mice are 100% palm oil free. Adjusting their recipes was extremely challenging but they are convinced that their biscuits now taste even better and we agree! NEW: Instead of sourcing organic cane sugar from halfway around the globe, RIce Mice now use a locally grown organic/vegan beet sugar. Long supply routes are a thing of the past.
Important Information: Although we take every reasonable precaution to ensure that product information is accurate, we are reliant on information from the manufacturers and suppliers. Ingredients and place of manufacture can change; and products may be manufactured or stored in an environment where allergens are present. You must check all packaging and labels carefully on each occasion before consuming/using the products to ensure they are free from the allergens you are avoiding. Some products may not be suitable for people with severe allergies or anaphylaxis.