Peanut allergies are a growing concern in the US, particularly among parents of school-aged children, educators and community leaders. In an effort to provide a safer environment where food and snacks are prepared and offered, many schools and other institutions have completely eliminated all items containing peanuts.
At Maplehurst, we are committed to the health and safety of our customers, and we also recognize that access to products that are safe for kids and adults with peanut allergies is important. We are proud to provide cupcakes and donuts made in peanut-free facilities so that everyone – not just those with allergies – can enjoy them.
If you are a consumer, and would like more information about Maplehurst’s cupcakes and donuts made in peanut-free facilities, click here.
We use and store raw materials for cupcakes at our peanut-free facility in Manchester, New Hampshire. We use and store raw materials for donuts at our peanut-free facility in Frankfort, New York. These plants are regularly tested to substantiate the claim that our thaw & sell, fully finished cupcakes and donuts are made in peanut-free facilities. No peanuts are warehoused at the plants, or used to manufacture any products made in the plants. No plant equipment is used to manufacture any products containing peanuts. We also include a “Made in a peanut-free facility” logo and/or statement on all wrap-around product labels.
For more information about our cupckakes and
donuts made in peanut-free facilities, click here.
“I just purchased some of your cupcakes at my local grocery store. I was thrilled to see that they were manufactured in a peanut-free facility, since my son is allergic to peanuts. This was the first time ever that I
was able to give him a safe bakery item.”
– A. Meyer
“Until you’ve lived with food allergies, there’s no way to explain how a little cupcake could mean so much.”
– D. Grimmer
“I just purchased a dozen of your mini cupcakes…as a mother of a child with a peanut allergy, may I say ‘thank you, thank you, thank you!’”
– D. Drialo