Too Good To Be Gluten Free

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There are alot of Gluten free products out there, so whether it is a lifestyle choice or medical reason, going gluten free is becoming easier. For my family it is an obvious choice having a child who has stomach sensitivities is always tricky when balancing meals, so I am always on the search for products that offer quick and sensible solutions.

Too Good To Be Gluten Free is a new range of gluten free products which has been launched to help the increasing number of people looking for free from products. According to new research from Coeliac UK, improving health is now the number one reason for people choosing gluten free products.

One in 100 people in the UK have coeliac disease, however only 10-15% of those individuals have been diagnosed – leaving an estimated 500,000 people in the UK undiagnosed. Too Good To Be Gluten Free is the UK’s first chilled gluten free savoury pastry range and is a Coeliac UK registered product.

Sam Benjamin of Too Good To Be Gluten Free said: “Gluten free is a rapidly growing sector and we spotted a gap in the market for high quality and great tasting products.

“An increasing number of people can’t eat gluten and some of the things they really miss are pastry and pizza dough. We wanted to give them back the British food they love whether that’s a slow cooked beef pie, a sundried tomato & mozzarella pizza or an indulgent chocolate tart.

“The secret is all in the pastry. We’ve spent over a year developing a special unique gluten free pastry that tastes wonderful.”

The NO.G range includes: Slow Cooked Beef & Mushroom Pie, Butternut, Spinach & Emmental Pie, Chorizo Topped Frittata, Cheese & Tomato Topped Frittata, Mini Cheese & Bacon Soufflés, Chocolate & Morello Cherry Tart, and Blueberry & Vanilla Cheesecake. Suggested RSPs range from £2.69 to £3.99.

We tried most things on the menu and they were good hearty pastries,  super delicious and filling. Our favourite was the Chocolate & Morello Cherry Tart which also had the seal of approval from my fussy 8 year old!

A dedicated website www.toogoodtobeglutenfree.com, official Facebook Fan page ‘noglutenuk’ and Twitter profile @nog_uk have all been launched to engage with gluten free bloggers.

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