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Water, corn starch, modified tapioca starch, potato starch, tapioca starch, rice flour, gluten free oats, dextrose, honey, salt, guar gum (thickener), sunflower lecithin (emulsifier), yeast, ascorbic acid (milk treatment agent).


FREE FROM: Gluten, wheat starch, milk, lactose, egg, soy and lupin.


Allergens: May contain traces of sesame seeds.



Where can I find the bread?

You will find the bread in the Free from freezer at Meny and at a selection of Spar and Bunnpris retail stores. Feel free to ask the general manager of the store if you can`t find the product you are looking for. You as a consumer have the power to influence what products are at your local store.

The Rycon bakery

The Handspeaking Community

A Handbaking Opportunity

The Rycon Bakery is providing job satisfaction and a unique workplace for the deaf/hearing impaired and the deafblind community.


Read more about The Rycon Bakery


Toast the pre-sliced frozen bread in a toaster it revives the bread and it tastes as a newly baked bread with a crispy crust and a moist core.

Nutritional content

per 100 g

Energy 1076kJ/256 kcal, fat 0.5 g of which saturated fatty acids 0.1 g, carbohydrates 6.3 g of which sugars 2.3 g, protein 1.7 g, salt 1.1 g


(Stomach-friendly food)

We have developed a number of low FODMAP products.

FODMAP is an acronym for Fermentable Oligo-, Di-, Mono-Saccharides and Polyols. They are short chain carbohydrates that are poorly absorbed and can be found in a broad specter of foods. Limitting consumption of high FODMAP foods can have a dramatic positive effect on sensitive stomach/IBS related symptoms.


Its important to know you can find many different FODMAP lists. We adhere to the list created by The Monash University in Australia, they are considered the leading experts in FODMAP. The list is continuously updated as new foods are tested.


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Gluten, wheat starch, milk, lactose, egg, soy and lupin.