We have had many inquiries regarding In-Dey-Go Cookie Dough, Muffin Dough and Cinnamon/Sticky Buns being produced in a peanut free plant. Below is clarification on peanuts/nuts in our products.
Our manufacturing plant is peanut free and is compliant with HACCP Regulations. We take the utmost care in making sure that all of the "line equipment" is cleaned and sanitized prior to any batch of cookie dough, muffin dough or buns being produced in order to reduce the possibility of cross contamination.
We produce three cookie dough's that contain nuts (but not peanuts); White Chocolate Macadamia Nut (macadamia nuts), Motherlode (pecans), and Oatmeal Coconut Chocolate Chunk (coconut).
Our chocolate supplier will not guarantee that the chocolate we purchase for the White Chocolate Macadamia Nut, Chocolate Chunk and the Oatmeal Coconut Chocolate Chunk has not come in contact with either peanuts or other nuts as their plant is not peanut/nut free. Therefore, any cookie dough that has chocolate in it, may have come in contact with peanuts or other nuts at the chocolate facility.
If you are concerned with nut allergies, then we would suggest the following cookie dough's:
In regards to our muffin batters, we would advise our consumers that the Rise and Shine Muffin batter contains walnuts.
For the Cinnamon/Sticky Buns the same philosophy applies. The product may have come in contact with tree nut proteins due to it sharing equipment that has had tree nuts present, but again due to the cleaning and sanitizing practices, any cross contamination is minimal.
Due to Canadian Food Inspection regulations in regard to allergen declaration regulations, we are obligated to include allergen warnings on our labels such as "contains" or "may contain."
We take peanut allergies very seriously and want you as the consumer, to be fully informed about our policies and procedures.