ENDless Bakery manufacturers products that are free from Egg, Peanut, Tree Nut*, Dairy.
ENDless Bakery has implemented best practices to ensure that the facility remains an egg, nut, and dairy free environment. We do not allow eggs, peanuts, tree nuts* and dairy in the facility at any time and on a regular basis, we follow up with our ingredient suppliers to ensure they are also free of these allergens. Although soy may be found in our facility in the form of a coffee creamer, none of our baked goods contain soy.
Though we do have wheat flour in our facility, we bake items (Top 8 allergy friendly) without wheat, using gluten free flours that are also free from the top 8 major food allergens (typically a mix of rice flours, tapioca, and sorghum). We use a dedicated mixer, work space, and utensils when preparing these items. However, because we share the same oven, we cannot ensure a completely gluten free product.
Although we do not currently have any baked products containing coconut*, we carry a coconut coffee creamer.
ENDless Bakery loves the fact that we can provide egg, nut, and dairy free baked goods and we package each order in a manner to reduce the risk of cross contamination once the order leaves our care. Please note that we strive to ensure the safety of our products but will not be responsible for any and all acts, illnesses or harm that may be directly or indirectly caused by cross contact or alteration of any of our products once they leave our facility or have been delivered to the point of destination by ENDless Bakery. Once our products leave our care, ENDless Baker disclaims all liability for any cross contact or alteration of an ENDless Bakery product that may directly or indirectly come in contact with any egg, nut and dairy food allergens, and/or other products or services that may contain or may have had contact to those allergens. We ask that our customers handle each order with care and caution to reduce the risk of cross contact outside our facility so that you can share a delicious egg, nut and dairy free product with your family and friends.
*Coconut is not a botanical nut; it is classified as a fruit, even though the Food and Drug Administration recognizes coconut as a tree nut. While allergic reactions to coconut have been documented, most people who are allergic to tree nuts can safely eat coconut. If you are allergic to tree nuts, talk to your allergist before adding coconut to your diet.