What is "Free From"?

At Hilary’s, we believe tasty, plant-powered nourishment that is free from common food allergens can be a gateway to pure joy. When it comes to our recipes, the ingredients we leave out are just as important as those we put in. We use the term "free-from" to let you know what you won't find in our food-no gluten, dairy, soy, nuts, eggs, corn, or any of the Top 12 common food allergens. And of course, we never use additives or artificial ingredients. It's clean eating made simple with delicious foods that are "free-from" common allergens and full of flavor.

We're Proud to Be

Free from top 12 common Allergens: gluten, egg, soy, dairy, corn, peanuts, tree nuts, coconut, sesame seeds, mustard, sulfites and shellfish

Made In A Dedicated Facility

All of Hilary's frozen products are made in a dedicated facility that is free from common allergens. For more information on our facility policies and procedures, visit our FAQ page or contact us.

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Made In A Dedicated Facility

All of Hilary’s frozen products are made in a dedicated facility that is free from common allergens. For more information on our facility policies and procedures, please contact us.

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Why We're "Free From"

In 2003, our founder was diagnosed with multiple food allergies. Removing those allergens from her diet made her feel great, but finding suitable foods became a challenge. Most items on grocery shelves were filled with hidden problem ingredients. She set out to create delicious foods everyone could enjoy, and Hilary’s was born.

Today, Hilary’s focuses on creating delicious, wholesome products that give all people— including those with allergies and intolerances—a diverse array of healthy, convenient foods. Made with ingredients that your family can trust, it’s our passion to create craveable foods to help you make meals that are free from compromise.

Food Allergies By The Numbers

OR 1 IN 23 PEOPLE IN THE UNITED STATES HAVE A FOOD ALLERGY.

Children have food allergies in the the United States.

OR TWO IN EVERY CLASSROOM

OF CHILDREN WITH FOOD ALLERGIES HAVE MULTIPLE FOOD ALLERGIES.

Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance

Allergy

  • Occurs when an individual has an allergic reaction to proteins in a food
  • Causes an immune system reaction that can affect multiple organs
  • Reactions can be severe or life-threatening in cases such as anaphylaxis

Intolerance

  • Symptoms range from gas and bloating to rashes or lethargy.
  • Small amounts of triggering food may be eaten without incident.
  • Can be caused by enzyme deficiencies, irritable bowel syndrome, a sensitivity to food additives or recurring stress.

Shop Safely With Our Guide

We want everyone to be able to shop safely and deliciously, whether they have a food allergy, intolerance or sensitivity. 

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Our Partners

FAACT: Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team
FARE: Food Allergy Research & Education
Safe Snack Guide by Snack Safely dot com
Food Equality Initiative
Beyond Celiac
EAT: End Allergies Together – Funding a cure for food allergies
AHA: Autism Hope Alliance
Verified Brand on Spokin
Kids With Food Allergies Foundation