Nuts.com Review | Triumph Dining Product Review

nuts-com-packaging-01When I first found out I had to live 100% gluten-free, I was relieved that fruit and nuts were on the “safe” list. As well as all the great nutritional benefits, nuts, seeds and dried fruits are fantastic for gluten-free folks on the go. It wasn’t until I began learning more about celiac disease and gluten-free living that I found out the unfortunate news. Many of these types of products are not completely safe for celiacs due to the risk of cross contamination in production.
When you’re on a strict gluten-free diet, it can be quite the challenge finding nuts and dried food which are free from the threat of cross contamination. This is why Nuts.com are now one of my favorite companies. They offer a huge selection of nuts, seeds, dried fruit and various other snacks, which are certified gluten-free by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO).
Raw nuts, organic nuts, roasted nuts, salted nuts, seasoned nuts, and so the list continues. They also do a variety of nut butters and oils. Whatever your favorite nuts, you’ll be able to find them here!
Their dried fruit selection is my favorite. From sweet to savory, and in all colors of the rainbow, the biggest challenge for me is not putting one of everything in my basket. Their dried persimmons are insanely delicious!
As well as fruit and nuts, Nuts.com also do chocolate and sweets, cooking and baking supplies and snacks such as trail mix, fruit & veggie chips and cereal. Simply click on the gluten-free tab and check out their fantastic, gluten-free selection. Amazing!
Post authored by The Gluten-Free Traveller

7 thoughts on “Nuts.com Review | Triumph Dining Product Review”

  1. I love Nuts.com! I have been shopping with them since before they got their gluten free certification. They have a great gluten free sampler pack with lots of various fruits, nuts, candy and other great stuff, they ship really fast and they pack with biodegradable materials. I can’t recommend them highly enough!

  2. This is a great company! I’ve been using them for the last year or so and their nuts and dried fruits are fresh and delicious. Their service is wonderful as well. And they have gluten-free falafel mix, which we love, and organic quinoa! In fact, they have a huge selection of organic GF items, which are not always easy to find. I’m glad they’re getting the exposure they deserve.

  3. This is a great company! I’ve been using them for the last year or so and their nuts and dried fruits are fresh and delicious. Their service is wonderful as well. And they have gluten-free falafel mix, which we love, and organic quinoa! In fact, they have a huge selection of organic GF items, which are not always easy to find. I’m glad they’re getting the exposure they deserve.

  4. Thanks Laura for your article on Nuts.com. Having been gluten-free now for 10 years, I can appreciate having a clean source of gluten-free snacks that are not affected by cross contamination.

    I immediately went to the company’s link provided in the summary of the article and spied an Oriental mix that looked fabulous … until I read the “made in a facility that processes…” statement.

    It wasn’t until I read the complete article and saw the sentence that directed me to the tab for the gluten-free product line that I understood my mistake.

    For clarity’s sake, might I suggest that the article be rewritten, so that the last sentence of the article appears in the teaser paragraph? Also, I think it is important for readers to know that although this company provides gluten-free options, they are not a dedicated facility.

    For me, knowing that the company has dedicated lines is enough for me to make the decision to purchase. However, for some Celiac’s, who choose to exercise further caution, knowing that Nuts.com is not a dedicated facility would help them make a more informed decision.

    Thanks for sharing.

  5. I just went to their website and was disappointed that they don’t have any mixed nuts in the gluten-free section. Also, Planters nuts are widely available and they don’t have any disclosure about being manuafactured in a facility with wheat so I’m assuming they are fine for Celiacs. Is there any reason to be concerned about Planters?

  6. I love nuts.com. I am a super-sensitive celiac but have never had a problem with any items I’ve ordered. I also buy all my GF flours from them…I blend my own all purpose flour mix for baking. The nuts and snacks are awesome!

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