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  1. Bürgen® gluten-free bread is a NZ product that's been available for years. Currently, there is only the three types, but mine like it better than their previous bread-of-choice. Only the specific gluten-free manufacturers have their products in the Health Section. Most of the product, that h...
  2. It is a chocolate flavoured milk ..... Coco Pops® Chocolatey Liquid Breakfast contains milk, sugar, vegetable fibre (inulin), cocoa, flavours, stabilisers, vitamins & minerals - no rice bubbles at all ... Inulin is similar to psyllium as it provides soluble dietary fibre. The product is gluten ...
  3. Root Beer, ginger beer and ginger ale may contain malt [barley] ..
  4. Expandex® is an American product - a lot of consumers like to know where there food originates. It emphasizes that fact that it is totally gluten-free in the US market-place: http://expandexglutenfree.com/index.php
  5. The problem is that there are many different cultivars of oats. A study published in February 2011 demonstrated that there are diferences in the toxicity of the different varieties of oat. The oats may be "pure", but this means that cross-contamination is not the single reason for reactions in...
  6. Previously, some yeast were grown on dried malt extract [not gluten-free] - but it is mostly corn-based these days .. Home brewer still used DME to cultivate their yeasts ...
  7. http://www.glutenfreeaussie.com/gluten-free-australian-capital-territory.html http://www.glutenfreeeatingdirectory.com.au/ http://www.naturallyglutenfree.com.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23&Itemid=27 Check asian supermarkets, indian supermarkets, IGA [as well...
  8. Cadbury Icecream is gluten free ... Sanitarium So Good Chocolate Ice Cream is quite good also - a bit hard straight from the freezer
  9. Macro Wholefoods was an organic food chain before they were acquired by Woolworths for their Thomas Dux division. They specialise in organic [groceries, produce & meat], free-range [groceries, produce & meat/deli], natural [raw ingredients] and gluten-free products [mixes, snacks, cereals...
  10. Coles Supermarkets are a Professional Partner with the Coeliac Society of Australia. They are a designated supplier of Gluten-free products. [That is why they are always at the Gluten-free Food Expo each year]. Not all Coles supply the same level of prodyct - depends on their demographics. Woolworths...
  11. My niece is a diabetic coeliac. Eating or not eating wheat causes NO effect on diabetes ...