What to Eat? The New, Massive 2012 No Dairy Product Lists Have Arrived!


No Dairy Product ListsYes, they are finally here! I am excited to announce the release of our newly updated 2012 No Dairy Product Lists. For the past five years, our popular No Dairy Product Lists have connected free-from dieters with thousands of great food options. To keep things current, I spent several months updating each listing, and I am happy to say that the 2012 versions are complete, and boy have they grown! The following are available in an ebook/pdf format in our Go Dairy Free Ebook Store:

  • 2012 Complete No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns (cross-referenced for soy, wheat, gluten, and egg)
  • 2012 No Dairy Product List for Multiple Food Concerns – Just the Subs (cross-referenced for soy, wheat, gluten, and egg)
  • 2012 Complete No Dairy Product List
  • 2012 No Dairy and No Soy Product List
  • 2012 No Dairy and No Gluten Product List

We lamented over the loss of some wonderful food manufacturers, but are happy to report that many (many!) new foods and companies have taken their place. In fact, the complete product list has grown by nearly 50 pages since our prior reports! …

Keep in mind, the product lists are not limited to specialty brands either. The complete product list contains approximately 6000 food listings, with categories ranging from cheese and cream alternatives to granola, bread, and frozen entrees.

However, for those of you who just want to know the alternatives for traditional milk-based foods (milk, cheese, ice cream, cream, toppings, chocolate, pudding, etc.), we have added a new condensed version of our complete product list called “Just the Subs.” Still 55 pages in length, this "petite" listing is sure to offer several new-to-you dairy alternatives. It is also cross-referenced to note if the products contained soy, wheat, gluten, or egg ingredients at our time of review.

For more information and to obtain a copy, see our Go Dairy Free Ebook Store.

About Author

Alisa is the founder of GoDairyFree.org, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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