Weekday Nursery School is a peanut and tree nut free zone. All snacks prepared by the school and any food items that children bring to school for either lunch or treats (such as for birthdays) must be peanut and nut free. Listed below are area stores/bakeries/markets that sell ‘school safe’ products as well as brands of food that are ‘school safe’ as well.
Blacker’s Bake Shop – Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre 617.332.2008
A totally peanut and nut free facility
Stop and Shop Supermarkets
All mini-cupcakes are made at and delivered to Stop and Shop from a peanut and nut free facility. Some larger cupcakes are also delivered to Stop and Shop from the same facility – ask the bakery staff or look closely on the label on the container.
All mini-cupcakes are made and delivered to Star from a peanut and nut free facility. The larger cupcakes that are baked in store are not.
Great Harvest Bread Company – Walnut St., Newtonville 617.928.1162
All cookies made on site are peanut and nut free. Any peanut products that are used in making muffins and/or bread are made in a separate space with separate utensils and on separate counters.
Icing on the Cake – Adams St., Newton Corner 617.969.1830
Only special orders are taken at this bakery. They can accommodate any order for peanut and nut free cupcakes but you must let them know when ordering.
Sudbury Farms Markets – Some large cupcakes that come in packages at the bakery section are made in facilities that are nut free.
Roche Bros. Markets – Has an isle and line of products called “School Safe” which are made in a peanut and nut free facility.
If baking yourself, look for boxes of cake mix made by Cherrybrook Kitchen. They are a peanut and nut free facility. They make a variety of box mixes. These can be found at Sudbury Farms markets.
Duncan Hines and Betty Crocker cake mixes are also peanut and nut free.
Shaw’s and Whole Foods sell a brand of cookies and snacks called “Enjoy Life” which are peanut and nut free. Whole Foods also sells chocolate chips that are nut free.
You can also consider ice cream, cookies (Oreo’s and Chips Ahoy are a few cookies that are peanut and nut free), popsicles or ice cream sandwiches for special snacks.
Before buying anything check all labels on boxes and containers closely. It will indicate if the product is made with peanuts or in a facility that processes things with peanuts.
We want to avoid direct contact with peanuts and tree nuts as well as any cross