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Food: Vermont Nut-Free Trail Mix

Hiking is hard enough. Add gorp, and your nut-allergic child really won't be a happy camper. Midsummer, Vermont Nut Free Chocolates has rolled out a nut-free trail mix that's safe for food-sensitive people. It marries the protein of sunflower seeds and roasted soybeans with a crunchy-chewy, salty-sweet combination of pretzels, dark-chocolate candies, dried cranberries and raisins. Made in the company's nut-free, Grand Isle facility, it's one of several antiallergic options. VNFC also makes a new and popular granola bar, as well as toffee crunch bark, truffles, butter creams and jellybeans.

Nut-Free Trail Mix: Currently available online only; soon to be sold in retail locations around Vermont. $1.35 for a two-ounce bag, $7.95 for a 12-ounce bag. Info, 372-4654, vermontnutfree.com.

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