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Mission Mighty Me Peanut Puffs
Case of Proactive Peanut Puffs
Case of Proactive Peanut Puffs
Case of Proactive Peanut Puffs
Case of Proactive Peanut Puffs
Mission Mighty Me Value Props

Case of Proactive Peanut Puffs

Our delicious Peanut Puffs are loved by infants and big kids alike! With all-natural, organic ingredients that are sourced in the USA, our puffs have no sugar, palm oil, preservatives or anything artificial. Proactive Peanut Puffs were developed by the global expert in food allergy prevention, whose research changed pediatric feeding guidelines to encourage starting peanut foods in infancy to prevent peanut allergies.*
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Proactive Peanut Puffs were created for infants who’ve started eating solids all the way up to big kids. Our peanut puffs dissolve quickly.


All of the ingredients in our Peanut Puffs are sourced in the USA:
  • Organic rice flour
  • Organic ground peanuts
  • Organic peanut flour
  • Organic peanut oil
  • Sea salt (just a pinch)
  • Calcium carbonate (a natural source of calcium)
That’s it! There’s no added sugar, palm oil, corn, preservatives or anything artificial.


You can give Peanut Puffs to infants who’ve started eating solids. Only feed to seated, supervised children who are accustomed to chewing solid food. For infants under 7 months, you can soften the puffs with water.


Our co-founder’s research showed that consuming peanut foods, starting for babies as early as 4-11 months, until age 5 can prevent more than 80% of peanut allergies. Read more about the research in the LEAP Study (Learning Early About Peanut Allergy).


Meets American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Recommendations. The AAP recommends 6g of peanut protein per week for high-risk infants.*

*FDA Qualified Health Claim

For most infants with severe eczema and/or egg allergy who are already eating solid foods, introducing foods containing ground peanuts between 4 and 10 months of age and continuing consumption may reduce the risk of developing peanut allergy by 5 years of age. FDA has determined, however, that the evidence supporting this claim is limited to one study. If your infant has severe eczema and/or egg allergy, check with your infant’s healthcare provider before feeding foods containing ground peanuts.

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