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  • Partake offers allergen-free comfort-snacking
  • Partake offers allergen-free comfort-snacking
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Partake offers allergen-free comfort-snacking

The pandemic has seen growth in snacking as people seek out comfort and nostalgia through food in turbulent times. But for those with allergies, indulgent snacks are few and far between, something Partake is hoping to change with its allergy-free soft-baked cookies and baking mixes.

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