Goody Good Stuff

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What is the idea behind Goody Good Stuff? To create and perfect a “traditional” gummy sweet that everyone could enjoy, not only vegetarians and vegans, but those with special dietary restrictions such as allergies and religious requirements which tastes so good that absolutely anyone will enjoy them. What is the difference between regular sweets and Goody Good Stuff? Our sweets are suitable for Vegetarian / Vegan, Halal and Kosher diets. Goody Good Stuff is also free from Gluten. Goody Good Stuff is made with natural colours & flavours.  When was Goody Good Stuff launched? Goody Good Stuff was launched on September 27th 2010. What are allergens? Allergens are ingredients which can cause an allergic reaction in some consumers. Some examples of allergens are Dairy, Gluten, Shellfish, Tree Nuts, Soy, Eggs, Peanuts & Fish. Why are some of the allergens removed in Goody Good Stuff? We wanted to create a perfect ‘traditional’ gummy sweet that everyone could enjoy, and thus also for those with special dietary restrictions such as allergies. Is Goody Good Stuff free from nuts, peanuts and tree nuts? (Can I eat this product with a peanut allergy? It does not say it is peanut free but It is also not mentioned that it may contain traces of peanut.) Nuts, peanuts and tree nuts are not used as an ingredients in GGS. There are no nuts, peanuts and tree nuts used in the factory where GGS is being produced. Is GGS free from nuts? Yes, tree nuts are not used as ingredients in GGS. There are no tree nuts used in the factory where GGS is being produced. Is Goody Good Stuff Halal/Vegetarian/Vegan/Kosher certified? Yes, Goody Good Stuff is certified. On the pack is written that GGS is gluten free, but that it contains wheat? Can you explain? The moulding powder (which is used in the production process) contains some wheat. Hence the product may contain traces of wheat. However, the amount of gluten is below the threshold of 20mg/kg what is suitable for a glutenfree diet. Hence there is negligible contamination with wheat.