Product Reviews, Restaurant Reviews and Recipes: All GLUTEN FREE!
So this is PART 2 of my review of NEW products seen at the Allergy & Free From Fair, held last week at London’s Olympia Exhibition Center. (Part 1 covered Bread, Biscuits and Savoury Products) and this bit addresses my very sweet tooth. The Allergy & Free From Show is Europe’s largest event covering many GLUTEN FREE, DAIRY FREE, EGG FREE, SOYA FREE, SUGAR FREE and WHEAT FREE delights. Whilst not exclusively for Coeliacs, it is an exciting shop window to try and taste many NEW products, some not quite on the Shop Shelves as yet…
GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATES: Lots of new Bars and Chocolate-inspired snacks and products were tasted, tried and purchased:
GLUTEN FREE SWEETS /POPCORN: Some NEW Sweets, some Vegan and Vegetarian options and all GLUTEN FREE including:
More Sweet Fruit Crisps by The Giving Tree
Part 1 covered NEW tastings of BREAD, BISCUITS & SAVOURY PRODUCTS at the Allergy & Free From Fair.
Other Food Shows on my blog include: Hotelympia @Excel Centre, Country Living Spring Fair@Islington’s Design Center, Foodie Festival @Truman Brewery, Europe’s largest Allergy & Free From Show in London and it’s sister show inLiverpool, as well as BBC Good Food and the Salon Du Chocolat, and even the Speciality & Fine Food Show, Food Matters LIVE. Overseas Shows include the Gluten Free Food Allergy Fest in Stamford, CT, USA.
And remember I love my Chocolate Bars, Chocolate Bags and Chocolate Boxes, and more recently, my Chocolate Easter Eggs from Chocolatiers and Chocolate manufacturers, High Street Stores and London Department Stores.
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This information was correct as of July 2016.
But as I am learning, ingredients do change and therefore you should always read the label and check for yourself whether it is GLUTEN FREE or not!