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Soy-free Foods – List II

For those who are sensitive to soy, I wanted to share some harder-to-find soy-free items that I’ve found and enjoyed since I put together Soy-free Foods – List I. Most of these are “sometimes foods,” but often times those are the hardest soy-free items to find. Please keep in mind that companies often change their ingredients, so double check the label before eating these items. I say this list is for people with sensitivities because some of these items are made on shared equipment that processes soy.

Bread: Rudi’s Organic Bakery Multigrain English Muffins with Flax, Trader Joe’s Hamburger Buns and Apple Cranberry Fiber Muffins
Brownies: Fancy Free Bakery’s Salted Caramel Brownies
Canned Tuna Fish: Wild Planet Wild Albacore Tuna, Wild Skipjack Light Tuna
Chips: Kettle Brand Potato Chips in Backyard Barbeque (plus other flavors), Lay’s Wavy in Roasted Garlic & Sea Salt, Trader Joe’s Baked Cheese Crunchies (like Cheetos)
Cookies: No-Bake Cookie Company Chocolate and Chocolate Mint (plus other flavors)
Crackers: Annie’s Cheddar Squares, Pretzel Crisps in Supreme, Trader Joe’s Multigrain Pita Bite Crackers and Organic Mini Peanut Butter Sandwhich Crackers
Donuts: Trader Joe’s Old Fashioned Donut Os
Drink Mixes (powdered): Trader Joe’s Fast Flavor Sticks in Iced Tea with Lemon and Pomegranate Cherry
Frozen Dinners: La Terra Fina Quiche in Quiche Lorraine and Spinach & Artichoke, Kashi Steam Meal in Chicken Fettuccine, Trader Joe’s Beef Stroganoff with Pappardelle Pasta, Pearl Onions and Mushrooms, Pizza Margherita with Mozzarella and Grana Cheese and Ricotta & Spinach Tortelloni with Red Pesto
Garlic Couscous: Casbah Roasted Garlic & Olive Oil CousCous
Hazelnut Spread: Justin’s Chocolate Hazelnut Butter Blend
Ice cream: Steve’s Ice Cream in Southern Banana Pudding, BKLYN Blackout and Strawberry Ricotta (plus other flavors), Fruttare Fruit & Milk Bars in Strawberry & Milk and Banana & Milk, Three Twins Ice Cream Sandwiches in Sea Salted Caramel
Sauces: Classico Light Asiago Romano Alfredo Sauce, Lee Kum Kee Panda Brand Green Label Oyster Flavored Sauce
Soups: Stagg Steak House Chili No Beans, Pacific Foods in Organic Cream of Mushroom Condensed Soup and Organic Cream of Chicken Condensed Soup
Wrap: Trader Joe’s Chicken Wrap with Pesto Vinaigrette

What are your favorite soy-free foods?

soy-free foods

Some of my soy-free finds*

You may also be interested in reading:
Tips & Tools for Eating out with Food Sensitivities
Elimination Diets
Fibro Feelings – Elimination Diet


Comment from Leslie
Time September 19, 2013 at 3:13 am

I don’t have a soy issue but I have developed a gluten intolerance. Finding alternatives is difficult and lists like the one you’ve posted can be lifesavers. It also helps that restaurants more and more are providing allergen menus which makes eating out soooooo much easier!
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Comment from margie
Time September 19, 2013 at 7:19 am

thank you felicia for all your hard work,


Comment from Felicia Fibro
Time September 23, 2013 at 3:16 pm

Thanks, ladies! Leslie – I agree those allergen lists and ingredient info lists are very helpful! I wish all restaurants had them!


Comment from Dawn
Time November 26, 2013 at 5:17 pm

Thats a good list. I dont have a soy allergy but I am estrogen dominant AND I am hypothyroid so I make it a point to stay away from as much soy as i can. I am lucky to have many many stores around me with a ton of healthy soy free options.
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