What did you eat over Easter? Lamb? Turkey? I ate Fria, Gluten free. I don’t have coeliac disease, I’ve just discovered a beautiful Gluten Free range that tastes like real bread.
All Fria’s products are free from gluten, milk, lactose, soya, nuts and egg* (*except the muffins and the Kladdkaka which do contain egg)
In 2012 Fria won the Bread Category prestigious Free From Food Awards 2013 with their sliced brown loaf Grova, which is enriched with linseeds and caraway. The Grov Minibaguette, brown fibre rich rolls enriched with sunflower seeds and linseeds received a Highly Commended certificate and the Kladdkaka, sticky Swedish chocolate brownie cake, received a Commended certificate.
This year two of their breads have been short-listed for the Free From Food Awards Vallmofralla poppy seed rolls and Fiber, a fibre rich sliced loaf enriched with sunflower seeds and linseeds, have been selected in the Gluten-free Breads and Bread Mixes category.
Winners of the 2013 Free From Awards will be announced in each category, along with an overall winner of the FAIR trophy for the Best FreeFrom Food 2013 at an awards ceremony, hosted by Antony Worrall Thompson in central London on 16th April 2013.
Fria at the Allergy & Free From Show
Fria are exhibiting and sampling a range of the products for the third time at the Allergy & Free From Show at Olympia, 7-9 June, stand 156.
Tickets are available now: http://www.ticketsoup.com/tickets/allergy-free-from-london-2013-2013-14700/default.aspx
Fria is an award-winning, family owned bakery based in Sweden. Since it was established in 1996 it has become the leading brand for gluten-free bakery in Scandinavia. All Fria’s products are baked in a dedicated gluten-free and dairy-free environment. The products are freshly baked then frozen. They can simply be defrosted and are ready to eat with no baking required.
Fria’s breads, buns, muffins and cakes are currently enjoyed across Europe in Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, The Netherlands, Italy, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom.