BFree wraps enter Australian supermarkets
BFree are now selling quinoa and chia seed wraps in Woolworths supermarkets.
BFree is an Irish health food company currently expanding its Australian product range. It recently introduced sweet potato and multigrain wraps into local supermarkets.
The quinoa and chia see wrap includes teff, flax seeds, sorghum, rice, corn, millet, potato and amaranth flour. It is gluten free and endorsed by Coeliac Australia and New Zealand.
General Manager at BFree, Alex Murphy, said the company was excited to be expanding in Australia.
“We know Australians are continuously looking for healthier, allergen free products that also taste great – this is exactly what the BFree brand is all about and we feel our range of wraps meet this need,” he said.
The recommended retail price is AUD $7.99 for a pack of five wraps.
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