The Search For Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, Corn-Free Chocolate Chips Is Over

Okay, there's no denying I love chocolate. I think I need to eat chocolate as much as I need sunshine, some food and water to exist.


Recently though, we discovered that the chocolate chips we’d been using for years may have corn in them. We’d never had an issue with them before but then my husband, my daughter and I all reluctantly had to admit we were having our typical corn reaction after eating them.

So, I thought - simple, I’ll just find another company that makes an allergen free chocolate chip.


Only there was a problem.

It wasn’t so simple.


Finding an Allergen-Free Chocolate Chip

There are very few companies that make a truly allergen-free chocolate chip. They’re usually free of one allergen or two, but not usually all of the big four: gluten, dairy, corn and soy.

So for the past several months, I’ve been searching for an alternative. Finally, I found a company that is truly allergen-free. 

Soy-Free Sales Chocolates

Soy-Free Sales (site works best in Firefox browser) as the name implies makes various soy-free products including chocolates, gourmet mixes and gum. We have purchased the Gourmet Mini Chocolate Chips. The chips are free of cholesterol, soy, dairy, sodium, trans fat, gluten, corn, potato, egg and nuts. We purchase it in the larger size bags to save on shipping costs. 

What Happens to A Couple of Crazies Who Haven't Had Chocolate in a While?

Well, since the chocolate chips have arrived I’ve been on a chocolate bender. The first day they came my daughter and I ate so many after we realized they didn’t affect us, that we got a chocolate overload headache. Still laughing about that.

I ordered just a small amount to try them, but then placed a full order knowing we can safely eat them. And did I mention - not only are they gluten-free, dairy-free, soy-free and corn-free, they also taste unbelievably, chocolaty good!!! What can I say, I love chocolate.

Image courtesy of "Chocolate Hearts" by Nokhoog Buchachon


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Reader Comments from previous website(4)

But when I go to order these, it says I must have a business fed id in order to get an account. Any other ideas on where to find these?

June 7, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterSally

Hi Sally,

Did you click on the link above that says 70% chocolate chips? I just tried it and it seemed to go through fine as a regular order. If you add an item to your cart, on the shopping cart page, at the top, is a number to call and their customer service email address if you're having any trouble. When you order be sure to make clear that you want the corn-free, soy-free, gluten-free chips if that's the chips you were specifically interested in purchasing.

Let me know if that works for you.

Celeste

Okay, just need to receive email to believe this myself. I read on--line that you sell chocolate chips containing no nuts, no gluten, no corn, no soy and no vegetable oils (canola, sunflower, safflower, palm oil) and that includes no corn in vanilla. 
Thanks for a reply to confirm what I need to hear so I can purchase these chocolate chips to get them back into cookies. I miss chocolate chips cookies! from Lorna

April 21, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterLorna

Hi Lorna, I'm one of those crazy souls like you who loves chocolate, too!

I don't produce or sell the chocolate chips. You can contact Mama Ganache though email or phone and ask them any of your questions.

I was so disappointed when Enjoy Life chocolate chips were no longer corn free.

Celeste

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