The highly acclaimed range of gourmet sodabread toasts from the family-run Irish bakery The Foods of Athenry is now being stocked in up to 190 Waitrose stores across the UK.
Following the success of the Multiseed and the Honeyed Almond and Rosemary toasts which have been stocked in Waitrose since summer 2015, the two favourites will now be joined by the spicy Multiseed with Cumin and the fruity Cranberry and Hazelnut in more than 60 of the premium supermarket’s stores.
Owner of The Foods of Atherny, Siobhan Lawless, presents the new gluten free Gourmet Gift Boxes - the perfect Christmas gift for foodies.
Find out all about The Foods of Athenry's delicious gluten free range including the new gift boxes in our video:
Family-run Irish company The Foods of Athenry has once again been celebrated in this year’s Great Taste Awards, announced on 28th July 2016.
The Foods of Athenry’s range of gluten-free sodabread toasts were all awarded stars in the 2016 Great Taste Awards, bringing the company to over 50 taste accolades for its all-natural and additive-free products.
Whether you’re new to the gluten-free lifestyle or an old-hand, here’s our best tips for always being prepared – and never being hungry – when you’re out and about.
So, what do you really need to have a well-equipped kitchen ready for whenever the mood to bake strikes you? Aside from a good oven and a strong pair of hands there’s only a few essential tools you need.
Think a packed lunch is only for school children? Think again. If you spend up to €7 (£5) every work day on grabbing lunch from a local café or shop you could be spending over €1,000 a year of your hard-earned cash just on lunch. And it’s more than likely that for those of us who have food allergies, intolerances or special diets the choice is going to be seriously limited.
So ditch the supermarket sandwich and try one of our favourite packed lunch ideas from soups and salads, to wraps and full hot meals.
Vegan Mammy shares her favourite vegan snacks for kids when she's out and about.
As a mother with two kids on a vegan and gluten free diet, it can be hard to find snacks and treats when we're out and about. A little planning and having ideas of what you can buy makes life a lot easier. Kids get hungry often and having snacks ready can really help avoid the kids (and me!) getting cranky. I also like to have food on hand for babies and young kids if we go out for a meal and there's not much suitable for them on the menu.
So you've decided to completely cut gluten from your diet. Scared? Changing your diet for whatever reason might seem daunting at first but we promise that delicious gluten and wheat-free food is out there! And to help you through what could be a wobbly beginning, we've shared some simple tips on how to get started.