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Saturday, January 27, 2018

A Low FODMAP Certified wheat flour is a game changer in our FODMAP world. Exciting news.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

The famous Australian bakery “Bakers Delight” officially launched its Low FODMAP Certified roll earlier this week. The freshly baked bun is FODMAP Friendly Certified.

This is the second lo-fo product by the Australian company, which has over 700 branches around the worl...

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Asian cooking just got a lot easier if you live in the USA.

FODMAP Friendly announced earlier this week that the American company “San-J” received Low FODMAP Certification for a variety of products. Very exciting!

The lo-fo range includes Tamari Soy Sauces, Organic Shoyu...

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

This week is turning out to be quite a big one.

Kellogg’s Australia and New Zealand just announced they have added another Low FODMAP Certified product to their line – “Special K Gluten Free”.

The cereal, made from brown rice, is FODMAP Friendly Low FODMAP Certified.


Monday, December 11, 2017

The Low FODMAP scene in Australia is getting hotter.

The giant baked goods chain “Brumby’s” launched this week its first two Low FODMAP products: Quinoa and Linseed rolls, and Quinoa and Linseed loaf.

The two products are Monash University Low FODMAP Certified.


Monday, December 4, 2017

A great on-the-go Low FODMAP snack was recently launched, just in time for winter. “Tideford Organics” announced they are now offering some of their soups in a mini 300g tub.

The British company’s Low FODMAP soup is “Tomato and Basil”. It’s FODMAP Friendly Certifie...

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Kellogg’s Australia has done it again. After “Rice Bubbles” received the “FODMAP Friendly" certification earlier this week, now it’s “Corn Flakes” turn.

The old-fashioned and beloved breakfast cereal is joining the lo-fo family, and it is indeed great news.

The fact that...

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