I googled the other day and found some sources for soy free chocolate. There are even chocolate chips available!
I think this place also has soy free, you can probably email them for informationhttp://www.chocosphere.com/cgi-bin/w...082_25479#cook
another place with soy free chipshttp://www.choclat.com/GFCF/gfcf.php
more soy free stuffhttp://www.soyfreesales.com/
Looks like soyfreesales.com has a selection of chocolate bars. Yum!
I even found a brand of soy free instant pudding mixes and some soy free bouillon cubes. There is also a brand of soy free broth. It's amazing to me how much of our food supply is contaminated with this junk.
I've found a couple of places with lists of soy 'aliases' and it's shocking how many things it's hidden in. I've only been able to find one brand of ice cream that is soy free, as guar gum is a soy product too.
Were you aware that most water packed tuna has soy in it? I just found that out this week and I'm extremely PO'd about it. I got an email back from Chicken of the Sea and they informed me that if I buy their low salt water packed tuna it is soy free, but the regular water packed contains soy.
Celifbr bouillon cubes are soy free, kitchen basics broth is soy free, Ghiridelli cocoa and ONLY the 4oz unsweetened baking bar are soy free, but they are processed in a plant on the same line where soy products are run so they may not be safe for the allergic friend. Organic Horizons bouillon cubes are soy free. Land o Lakes butter is soy free, but some butters have 'natural ingredients' added which are soy! GRRRRR! Most, but not all MSG is from soy, and the same is true of lecithin.
Dr. Oetker instant pudding mixes are soy free. Jello pudding is not. I can't find the link right now, but I was reading somewhere that nearly all chocolate made in the US has soy in it, but there are several brands of imported chocolate that are soy free. I'll let you know if I find the link. ETA, still didn't find it but found Domori, which is one of the soy free brands of imported chocolate you can look for.http://www.euphoriachocolate.com/Qst...82894644&BACK=
baking chocolate has no soy, but other chocolate on their site does.
This is a pet cause of mine, I've been reading up on the FDA and the way both soy and artificial sweeteners were OK'd for general use. NOT cool.