We have a huge range of gluten free and certified organic products. Whether you're looking for gluten free bulk buy for yourself or you need wholesale supply for your business, we have everything you need.
If you need a specific product or brand, get in touch with us and we'll do everything we can to help.
Gluten free options are more important and popular than ever, and we have everything you need for your family or business.
Gluten free doesn't have to mean dry and tasteless. We have a huge range high-quality and delicious gluten free products.
We provide value for money by keeping our costs low and stocking the best gluten free products on the market.
We're an ACO organic certified wholesaler and we have a huge range of products that are both gluten free and organic.
If you have any questions about our gluten free products or our handling practices, we're happy to help.
This page explains everything you need to know to shop for gluten free and dairy products in Australia. We explore why people are going dairy free and gluten free, food alternatives, and more.
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Under Australian labelling laws, gluten free products must have 'undetectable' levels of gluten. Other countries allow products with very small amounts of gluten to be called 'gluten free', so Australia actually has the strictest definition of 'gluten free' in the world.
All of our gluten free products are compliant with Australian labelling laws. As leading gluten free wholesalers, we take every precaution to prevent cross contamination.
If a product includes gluten-containing cereals as a ingredient, it must be decalred on the products label and packaging to be compliant with the Food Standards Code. Always check the label if you're unsure about whether or not a product contains gluten.
Gluten comes from various grains, including wheat, and their derivatives. Unfortunately, many of these derivatives end up in food products in unexpected ways, which is where problems can arise.
Foods containing gluten include anything made using the following:
Our most popular gluten free alternatives include: