Due to unprecedented demand in the lead up to Christmas and challenging supplier conditions due to Covid-19 we have now sold out of our festive snack box and hamper ranges.
Our Operations team are working hard with our suppliers to remedy the situation and we should have stock in shortly.
We would like to thank our customers for their ongoing support and we would like to reassure our customers who either pre-ordered or have subscribed to our service that there will be no disruption to your order.
Please keep checking the website for updates.
Gluten is a storage protein found in many grains, including wheat, barley and rye. It’s commonly found in foods such as bread, pasta, pizza and most baked treats. A gluten-free diet eliminates gluten-containing grains.
No, gluten is only unsafe and causes discomfort for those with coeliac disease, gluten sensitivity or wheat allergy. In saying this, gluten-free diets are also popular among those who haven’t been diagnosed with a gluten-related medical condition.
Don’t worry – intolerance to gluten is fairly common, 1 in 10 people in the UK now avoid gluten! Coeliac disease is the most severe form of intolerance and affects around 1% of the population. There are many symptoms of gluten intolerance so if you’re not feeling quite right, speak to a doctor. Common symptoms include bloating, feeling tired, or experiencing stomach problems and abdominal pain.
Although a gluten-free diet may initially feel restrictive, there are many foods that can be enjoyed including most dairy products, fruits and vegetables, meat/fish, potatoes and rice. There are also many gluten-free alternative products widely available so you can still cook your favourite meals without suffering the consequences!
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