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Gluten-Free, low-FODMAP Breads in Australia

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DEEK'S Quinoa Loaf

DEEK’S Quinoa Loaf

Here in the U.S. it seems as though we have plenty more to choose from when it comes to foods that are wheat free, gluten free, dairy free, soy free, nut free – free of many things!  So when I heard some of our FODMAP Life fans in Australia say they were having trouble finding some decent brands of wheat free, gluten free breads, I started asking around.  Here is what I found – click on the links for more information about where to buy and find these breads.

If you are an Aussie reading this, I’d love your comments below for any additional brands that you like.  Thanks!

Naturis Organic Rice Loaf – Ingredients: Whole brown rice, rice flour, rice leaven, cold pressed sunflower oil, sea salt and purified water added.  Free of: Gluten, wheat, yeast sugar and dairy.

Healthybake Organic Gluten Free Bread – Ingredients: Organic Brown Rice Flour, Filtered Water, Tapioca Starch, Potato Starch, Olive Oil, Vegetable Gum (E464), Organic Soy Flour, Yeast, Sea Salt.

Deek’s Quinoa Loaf – water, tapioca, quinoa (21%), soy flour, sunflower oil, vinegar, yeast, sugar (to activate the yeast), salt , guar gum.  Free of: Gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, nuts, artificial flavors.  Fructose friendly :)

Zehnder Wholemeal BreadI had to reach out to them to get the ingredients as I couldn’t find it on their website.  Ingredients: Water, Modified Tapioca Starch, Rice Bran, Whole Rice Flour, Maize Starch, Tapioca Starch, Whole Soy Flour, Canola Oil, Glucona Delta Lactone, Bicarbonate Soda, Linseed Meal, Sugar, Dry Yeast, Salt, Cellulose (464), Xanthan Gum (415), Guar Gum (412).  Free of gluten, dairy, yeast, soy, corn and eggs.  May Be Present: Sesame

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6 Comments

  1. Jen Trudel

    Thanks again Colleen :) was wondering where can we buy great breads like this online in the USA??? I have difficulty finding. these loaves seem healthier than ones I have found elsewear!! Thanks!! Jen

  2. naomi

    Yes, I live in an outback Town, we have a woolworths and coles but they do not stock many Gluten free items. I have found the Helgas but only as a white loaf. I was talking to someone who has been gluten free longer than I have and she said that the range in the local stores is improving but our stores don’t stock as many different things as city stores would. I’d like to get organic vegetables too but again the range is very small.

    • Colleen

      Does your supermarket at least have frozen organic veggies? If done right, those veggies should be frozen quickly after they are picked, to retain essential nutrients. There’s always time to start a little garden too :) For gluten-free would you take part in a service that sent GF products to your house on a monthly basis?

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