Helga’s now selling gourmet gluten free bread rolls
Helga’s is now selling gourmet gluten free bread rolls through Coles and Woolworths supermarkets.
The range was developed as an answer to consumers wanting more gluten free options.
There are two varieties of rolls for consumers to choose from, White or 5 Seeds.
To help launch the range Helga’s has partnered with two restaurants, Chur Burger and Bar Luca, to create a series of gluten free recipes.
Owner and Head Chef of Chur Burger, Warren Turnbull, said more customers are coming to his restaurant and asking for gluten free burger options.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer some delicious new gluten free recipes that not only taste incredible, but can hold the juiciest of ingredients, so that everyone gets to enjoy devouring a burger, no matter what their dietary needs are,” he said.
Helga’s is owned by Goodman Fielder, which is also responsible for other supermarket brands including Mighty Soft, Cornwell’s, White Wings, Meadow Fresh and Mother’s Choice.
Helga’s Gluten Free Gourmet Rolls can be purchased in packs of five at Coles and Woolworths supermarkets. The recommended retail price is AUD $6.99.
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