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Last night I made the mistake of grocery shopping while hungry, only it turned out not to be such a big mistake because I looked in places I hadn't before and I found these Foods by George brand "English Muffin Buns" in the freezer section. They are definitely the best gluten-free bread I've had.

Foods by George is located just an hour or two from where I'm in school, so I'm thinking of going there sometime and stocking up, but I was wondering if other people have tried their other products and have recommendations. Thanks!


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Haven't heard of it. Sounds great cause i LOVE English Muffins. Let me know if he has a website to order stuff and if he has other gluten-free stuff!

Thank you!



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Foods by George

3 King St., Mahwah NJ 07430

Phone (201) 612-9700

Fax (201) 684-0334

100% gluten free facility. Makes english muffins, blueberry & corn muffins, brownies, poundcake, crumbcake, pecan tarts, cookies, pizza (?), lasagna and mannicotti. Some products can be ordered by mail, while others are found in health food stores and in our Mahwah location.

I have eaten his choc chip cookie - very good!


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He has a very nice website at Foods By George, with pictures and nutrition information. Some of their foods is also casein-free, lactose-free, corn-free, soy-free, if that matters.

My grocery store had the cinnamon-currant english muffins, which I'm definitely getting next time I shop, to hold me over until I can make the trip to Mahwah.


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