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Jovial Foods, 100 % Organic, Brown Rice and Gluten-Free Pasta

Jovial Foods offers organic gluten-free pasta, cookies and ancient grain flours. Finding healthy gluten-free foods shouldn't be a struggle. Jovial takes simple ingredients and turns them into healthy, wholesome foods you feel great eating and serving to your family.

Jovial Foods, 100 % Organic, Brown Rice and Gluten-Free PastaJovial is introducing a completely new way to bake gluten free. Jovial Gluten Free Flours are made with real flour, and no added starches. Did you know that most gluten free flours contain up to 40% added starch, even though gluten free grains have as much starch as wheat? We challenged the notion that added starch is needed in gluten free flours and discovered that these unhealthy ingredients actually create the off-flavors and strange textures that are so common in gluten free bread. Our flour is made with an abundance of protein and fiber-rich ancient grains, for bread & pastries with true texture and flavor. Now offering Gluten Free Bread Flour & Whole Grain Bread Flour, Pastry Flour & Whole Grain Pastry Flour.

Here's to a new and healthier future of delicious gluten free bread.

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Made with ancient grains
Truer flavors and textures, your breads & pastries will stay fresh longer.
3g of protein and 1g of fiber per 30g serving of flour.
Made in a facility completely free of all major allergens.
Jovial also carries a complete gluten-free pasta, cookies, glass-packed tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil that are all certified gluten-free!

As parents whose child struggled with gluten sensitivities, Carla and Rodolfo, the founders of Jovial Foods, only create products that they feel safe giving to their daughters, which is why so much thought is put into the making of these products starting from the seed.

To encourage gluten-free cooking and baking, jovial also hosts Culinary Getaways in Italy, where Carla herself teaches a number of hands-on classes to the guests. It's a great opportunity to cook authentic Italian food- without the gluten, but with all the flavor!

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MaryEllen
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17 Jul 2012 8:13:27 AM PST
This is the best dried gluten-free pasta I've ever had! It tastes like freshly made pasta! It is the only brand I now buy. I wish it came in more shapes!

 
Heidi

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26 Jun 2013 6:54:27 AM PST
Hi Mary Ellen,
I have good news! We recently came out with gf lasagna & an amazing egg tagliatelle. Please visit our online store and use FREESHIP2013 on your order.

 
Mary
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17 Feb 2016 1:34:13 PM PST
This pasta is amazing!




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