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Celiac.com 03/22/2018 - If you haven’t already heard about Kidfresh, you probably will. In case you’re not familiar, Kidfresh is basically a conspiracy between parents pediatric nutritionists and top chefs to slip hidden vegetables and extra nutrition into tasty frozen meals for kids. Kidfresh offers a line of children's favorites reinvented and enriched with hidden vegetables, and wholesome ingredients, without any artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. The Kidfresh line of frozen meals is nationally distributed and available in over 10,000 stores. Founded by Matt Cohen and Gilles Deloux, two fathers looking to create better, more nutritious frozen meal choices for children. Kidfresh looks to offer convenient, tasty meal options for busy parents, while delivering more nutritious, healthier products than leading brands. Kidfresh grew from a single concept store in New York City to become a nationwide brand, now available in over 10,000 grocery stores across the country. The reason you’ll likely be hearing more about Kidfresh in the near future is that they are launching a new line of gluten-free and organic products. Beginning in spring 2018 Kidfresh will introduce a new Gluten Free White Mac 'n Cheese, to be followed by several new certified organic items, including a Wagon Wheels Mac 'n Cheese. "We're so excited to introduce these new products," says co-founder Matt Cohen. "Kidfresh moms have asked us about Gluten Free options and we've worked hard to develop the best tasting White Mac 'n Cheese out there. Getting into organic is also strategic for Kidfresh, broadening our appeal towards Millennials that are more focused on organic ingredients." So keep your eye out for Kidfresh products, and be sure to let us know how you think they are doing in the gluten-free department. Read more at PRNewswire.com.
Hey everyone! Everything I found online about this was pretty old, so I thought I'd ask the incredibly well-educated people here! Last night at work, I bought one of Amy's Mexican Bowls. It was labelled gluten free, none of the ingredients seemed suspicious to me, but I'm concerned that I got a mild reaction. Then again, it didn't last very long, so maybe it was something else? I am lactose intolerant, but usually that only kicks in after drinking milk or eating ice cream. Cheese doesn't bother me. Has anybody else had a reaction or know about their cross contamination care? Thanks in advance! Rachel
I am currently eating an Artisan Bistro gluten-free frozen " meal". This one is the Cheddar Beef Bake. I microwaved it and its pretty tasty. Not very big or cheesy but has a nice spicyness. Only 250 calories so it can't be very big. Not sure about the price as I got them on sale for about $2.89. Organic, grass- fed no hormone beef. http://www.theartisanbistro.com/home.html I will buy more.