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Schär: Best in Gluten Free


Best in Gluten Free

At Schär, we want you to live in each happy moment without restriction. That's why, for decades we've been dedicated to helping people think less about gluten so they can savor more of life's best things.

We're all about the best things in life – enjoying them, celebrating them, and making them. We care about what we put into our products, and guaranteeing exceptional quality and safety. We take complete control over the cultivation and harvesting of our grains by working closely with expert farmers who grow certified gluten free especially for us.

But it's not just about what goes into our delicious products, it's about what doesn't too – we choose not to use any preservative and absolutely no GMOs in any of our products from our breads to our cookies, crackers, pasta and more.

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