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Food for Health adds porridge and clusters suitable for coeliacs

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Australian company Food for Health has released the new gluten-free porridge and clusters ranges for consumers with coeliac disease, vegans or those who are following a low-FODMAP diet.

According to founder Narelle Plapp, consumers choose what to eat not just on how it tastes but also based their choices on health and dietary concerns.

“Many people also like to have a number of breakfast options in their pantries for the whole family to enjoy, so it was important to add a number of gluten-free options to our range,” Plapp said.

“Creating products to cater for allergies and dietary needs is part of Food for Health’s mission. The gluten free porridge and clusters ranges are suitable for people who are coeliac or following a low-FODMAP diet, but we have not compromised on the great taste that people love.”

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Food for Health’s new range are suitable for those with coeliac disease, FODMAP diets and are vegans.

The porridge range is available in two flavours such as almond, apple & maple and raspberry & coconut. The Clusters range has three flavours of choc cherry clusters; cacao & coconut; and cranberry & coconut. Both ranges are FODMAP friendly and endorsed by Coeliac Australia.

The Porridge range comes in individually portioned sachets, which can be cooked with water or milk and it will be ready in 60 seconds. Food for Health’s gluten-free cluster and porridge ranges are sold in Coles and independent supermarkets.

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