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Rosie's Gluten Free Gourmet Food Ltd.
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I was just at a Canadian Celiac Association meeting in my province (PEI) and they had some food samples from this place called Rosie's Gluten Free Gourmet Food Ltd. I was very impressed. The rolls and sub buns look and taste the same as wheat bread! It was amazing! I mean wow! :D They sell homemade pizzas (with toppings), cakes, cookies, rolls, ect.

Anyway, for those of you in the area here is the address.

5095 Highway 114

Shepody, N.B

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Oh yum :P You lucky people back east.

Hope Tammy sees this post, she lives in NB

Enjoy!

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Thanks Carrie! :P

Do you know of a phone number or web site? I looked up Shepody on the map, it looks to be about an hour (maybe less) south of Moncton.

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I have two phone numbers:

1-506-882-2211

1-866-718-8800

It's not far from Moncton.

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If you live in Canada, you can probably order gluten-free products directly from Sterk's Bakery in Ontario. They are located at 3866 23rd Street, Vineland and their Tel is (905) 562-3086. From what I have learned, this bakery is owned by a gluten-free family. I do not have the time or energy to bake my own bread, so I buy theirs. I have to order mine from MissRobens online sine I live in Delaware. Their gluten-free Italian Bread is the only gluten-free bread that I have eaten that could pass as bread. The other stuff just tastes like cardboard. They also make pizza shells--a wonderful discovery! and rolls that are good too. I am hoping for some cakes or pastries, but these would probably not ship well. Good Luck!

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My local health food store actually carries Sterk's products and I have been very impressed with them. They have awesome products and they use vacuum packaging (no freezing!).

My favorites have been the pizza crusts and the Sandwich bread! YUM!

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:D Thank you Carrie!

I phoned Rosie and she is remarkable. My husband and I will be driving over to meet her in June and while we are there I will enjoy a gluten free meal at her restaurannt. Have you been over there?

She told me that the nature store in the Charlottetown mall carries some of her products. Have you tried them?

Thank you so much for sharring your info.

Brenda

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No I haven't been over to her store yet. I didn't know she had a restaurant! That's great news!

I have tried some of her products at the celiac meeting at the QEH and they were very good! I saw the products in at the natures harvest, they have pies, cabbage rolls, and pizza. The pizza looks especially good!

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We haven't tried Rosie's products but whe comes to the Farmer's Market in Moncton every Saturday. Apparently her pizza is good.

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I haven't had it because I am lactose intolerant but the pizza does look very good! It comes in a box like take out pizza and it looks yummy!

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They are now selling a ton of Rosie's stuff at the Nature's harvest on PEI. They have bread, pizza, cabbage rolls, shepard's pie, cookies, ect. I think they are trying to replace some Sterk's stuff with Rosie's stuff.

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