Don't worry; while it seems daunting at first, finding snacks and lunches for your child that are nut-free is easy with a little guidance. This list is merely meant to act as a starting point. We suggest that you carefully read labels, as manufacturers sometimes change ingredients and manufacturing processes.
Fruits & Vegetables: Any kind, including strawberries, carrot sticks, celery sticks, grapes, pineapple, peaches, pears, watermelon, blueberries, bananas, etc...
Cheese: Any kind, including Swiss cheese, American cheese, cream cheese, cheese sticks, slices, cubes, etc...
Nabisco products: Teddy Grahams, Saltines, Honey Maid Graham Crackers, Oreo's and Mini Oreo's (original only), Fig Newton cookies, Barnum's Animal Crackers, Nilla Wafers, Triscuits, Wheat Thins, Cheeze-Its, Ritz crackers, Chips Ahoy (original flavor and size ONLY)
Pepperidge Farm: Goldfish (original, cheddar, pretzel, pizza), bagels
Kellog's: Rice Krispies Treats (original), Fruit Twistables, Pop-Tarts, Nutri-Grain Bars
Old Dutch: Puff Corn, Pretzels (tiny twists, sticks, rods)
Hershey's: Milk Duds, Whoppers, York Peppermint Patties, Twizzlers, Kisses (milk chocolate variety only), Classic Caramels, Kissables
Kraft: Jello Pudding Snacks
Keebler: Town House crackers (plain), Graham Crackers (original, cinnamon, and honey)
Pringles: All Pringles chips are safe (please check to make sure)
You can replace peanut butter in sandwiches with SunButter, cream cheese, or even Marshmallow Fluff! The children also love cereal and milk, but please remember to check the labels.