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10 of the best allergy-friendly foods
Each month, we bring you 10 of the best healthier choices for your shopping trolley.
Country Life Gluten Free Low GI bread
is high in fibre and lower in sodium than other gluten-free breads.
Vitasoy So Milky lite
is a delicious, non-GM, lactose-free option. This soy milk is low in both fat and energy and is fortified with calcium.
Soy Life Yoghurt
is low in fat and high in calcium. It’s also suitable for vegans.
Leda Choc Chip cookies
are gluten- and lactose-free. They have a similar kJ and fat content to regular chocolate chip biscuits.
Piranha Chicca Chips
– made from chickpea, potato and rice flour, they are gluten-free with no artificial additives.
Monster Muesli Free & Lo
is gluten-, wheat-, dairy- and nut-free, as well as low in fructose. Also great for those following a low-FODMAP diet.
The Gluten Free Bar
– low in energy, Food for Health gluten- and fructose-free bars are suitable for those with FODMAP intolerance.
San Remo’s Gluten-free pasta range
– also dairy- and egg-free, not to mention low in sodium.
Real Foods Corn Thins
– lower-sodium, gluten-free and contain whole grains. Great with hommous and tomato.
Chang’s Bean Vermicelli Glass Noodles
– these easy-to-prepare noodles are gluten-free, 99% fat-free and low in sodium.
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