Do you love lemon cookies? Enjoy these delicious, light, lemony delights shaped like slices of lemon.
Why called Lemon Burst? Because the flavor builds into a burst of lemon! Eat the cookies by the handful or savor each mini morsel. If you are willing to share them, you’ll have lots of takers
Allergen Information: Top 8 Free
Tree Nut Free
Gluten-free whole oat flour, cane sugar, high oleic safflower oil, organic tapioca starch, pear juice concentrate, lemon juice concentrate, lemon extract, salt, pure vanilla extract, cream of tartar, baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), sunflower lecithin [an emulsifier], gum karaya, rosemary extract.
Made on shared lines with soy lecithin. Made in dedicated facility containing no peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, dairy, casein, fish, crustaceans, mollusks (shellfish), wheat, gluten, sesame, mustard seeds, celery, sulfur dioxide, sulfites or lupin. We carefully source ingredients and test for peanut, almond, egg, milk, and gluten proteins.
From the manufacturer:
No peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, wheat, dairy, soy (except lecithin), fish, shellfish, or sesame are permitted in our facility for any reason at any time. The only soy in our facility and some of our products is soy lecithin, which is tolerated by most (but not all) people with soy allergies. Our kitchen is dedicated to gluten-free as well. Our delivery area is separate from the kitchen, allowing us to wipe down all ingredient deliveries. And our well-trained staff members wear Homefree clothing and shoes to avoid carrying in allergen traces.
Not only do we keep allergens and gluten out of our own facility, but also we are careful about where our ingredients come from, including requiring allergen and gluten documentation from every ingredient supplier. And we go further by allergen testing the ingredients for peanut, almond, egg, and milk proteins. Additionally, we randomly test our cookies for these allergens and for gluten.
As the mother of a child with multiple food allergies, I set up the dedicated facility and the entire production process the way I would want to be done for my child.