How do you know what to look for when shopping for gluten free food overseas, if you don’t even know what available gluten free brands abroad are on offer.
Don’t stress though, I have been travelling around the globe for a long, long time and through my time away, I have come across some great gluten free brands abroad to wrap your taste buds around.
The leading brand of gluten free food in Europe is Schar. This is a company that has been built up over more than 25 years, providing innovative gluten free products for their consumers. They offer such products as gluten free breads, pasta, biscuits, cereals, crackers along with various snacks and treats. With all Schar products being gluten free, this is certainly one of those gluten free brands to look out for when travelling in Europe.
For more on Schar products, check them out here.
Established in 1953, Orgran is one of the largest gluten free product providers to over 55 countries worldwide! Which is great for us travelers searching for gluten free food on the supermarket shelves. Not only are Orgran products gluten free, but many are also egg free, dairy free, yeast free, GMO free and even vegan. Orgran is certainly, one of the bigger brands to keep your eye one whilst out on your trip.
For more info check them out at http://www.orgran.com/
This company is largely spread throughout Europe and the Scandinavian region, although they are also quite internationally known. They provide great products to look out for when hunting for gluten free brands abroad, from bread, breakfast cereal, pasta, cake and treat mixes along with cookies and other snacks.
For more info check out http://gluten-free.semper.com/
Another popular gluten free brand to look out for whilst travelling throughout Europe is ValpiForm. ValpiForm offer gluten free such products as cakes, biscuits, pasta, crackers and cereal
For more info check out https://www.valpiform.com/
Focusing on just the manufacturing of gluten free products, you will find this brand located throughout Europe. Offering anything from bread, biscuits, cereal, portion packs and snacks or treats for children.
For more info see them at http://www.proceli.com/eng
The Grain Exchange
Found throughout America is the gluten free brand of ‘The Grain Exchange’ with such products as cookies, cakes, muffins, cake mixes, flour, desert bars and various other delights that may interest you. Spread through many states in the US, I am certain you will find these guys products in the supermarket health food section whilst travelling America.
For more info on them, see http://www.thegrainexchange.net/
Hain Celestrial Group
As a natural snack food supplier, they are committed to providing a healthy way of life, including those of us with gluten intolerances. As a group they house many and I do mean many brands, mostly in America. So if you find yourself over there, be sure to check out more on these guys and what brands they offer by clicking this link http://www.hain-celestial.com/brands.php
If you ever find yourself on the hunt for gluten free brands abroad on your travels, be sure to bookmark this page or write these brands down and save them.
You are going to want to know what to look for when entering the shopping center. Because lets face it, you only want to save time and money whilst travelling and the least amount of time you spend shopping, the more you can spend exploring.