PureBred launches new gluten-free raisin toast in Australia

  • September 9, 2013
  • Sophie Langley

Gluten-free food manufacturer PureBred has launched a new gluten-free raisin toast and Chia Seed Loaf  in Australia.

PureBred said its Chia Seed Loaf “contains 16 per cent fibre and just 1.7 per cent fat”.

Each loaf of PureBred Raisin Toast and Chia Seed Loaf contains six two-slice servings.

The PureBred range also includes White Farmhouse Loaf, Super Soft White Sandwich Rolls, Multigrain Farmhouse Loaf and Seeded Wholegrain Sandwich Rolls.

The PureBred range is available in Coles supermarkets. The Raisin Toast and Chia Seed Loaf retail for $5.99.

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3 Responses to “PureBred launches new gluten-free raisin toast in Australia”

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  2. chef-life on September 24th, 2013 1:08 pm

    But it still contains gluten.

  3. Les on October 15th, 2013 7:51 pm

    “But it still contains gluten”.
    Really? Is that true, or is that just some internet troll trying to spoil things here? I can assure you that, as a long-time Coeliac who is VERY susceptible to even the slightest quantity of gluten, I’ve eaten many packs of GF Raisin Bread with NO ILL EFFECTS WHATSOEVER. Can I make it any clearer?