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BFree Gluten-free Breads Offer More than Taste and Nutrition: They Perform

For BFree Foods, it wasn't enough to create wraps, rolls, bagels and bread loaves that were simply wheat and gluten-free alternatives. Instead the innovative company set out to develop gluten-free breads that taste just as delicious as their conventional counterparts and still have exceptional nutrition. Not to mention ones that won't disintegrate, crack or crumble mid-meal.

Since using real, whole ingredients is the best way to bake, BFree's products have an impressive list of high-quality, non-GMO ingredients. Whether it's deriving protein and fiber from whole peas, apples and potatoes or using a unique blend of buckwheat and corn flours to provide gluten-like pliability, BFree provides matchless taste and nutrition and stays intact. BFree products are not only high fiber and low fat, they're also calorie-responsible; BFree Multigrain Wraps, for example, are only 100 calories per wrap, the lowest calorie count in the category.

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Select BFree products are rolling out to shelves at Ralphs, Lucky's, Raley's and Save Mart throughout California. For more information, please visit www.us.BFreeFoods.com.

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