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Monday, February 3, 2014

Freedom Foods Gluten Free Cereal Giveaway

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 Thank you to Freedom Foods for providing complimentary samples for my review.


From the “land down under” comes a healthful, tasty product line free from many of the most common allergens, including gluten, dairy and nuts.

Freedom Foods is warmly welcomed into my kitchen not only because of the absence of gluten and dairy, but because the company puts such a high emphasis on creating high quality products that are rich in nutrition and free from artificial colors or flavors.

Which isn’t always an easy task…                             
Freedom Foods


“The tricky part is making food with good stuff minus all the bad stuff,” the company states on their website. “But we reckon we do it pretty well. If we can keep food free from gluten, free from artificial stuff, with less sugar and salt, we know your body is going to feel much better.”

Speaking of feeling better, my son has recently developed a sensitivity to food dyes so, as a mom, I'm so happy there's a natural alternative that's also gluten free (By the way, the TropicO’s fruit flavored cereal rings are our favorite!)

With a dedicated facility, Freedom Foods can assure us that their products are free from the allergens listed and boasts that they are one of the few factories around the world that is free from wheat, barley, triticale, sesame seeds and nuts.

In general, my kids have liked almost everything they have tried from Freedom Foods. When I asked my almost 10-year-old what he liked about the products his response was “It tastes good!”
Freedom Foods Cereals


Tastes good, not too much sugar, good ingredients? What else can we ask for?

I’m offering a Freedom Foods giveaway to three commenters on this blog entry who can tell me about their biggest challenges with allergens and/or how they’ve managed to work around them. I will randomly select the winners and each of the chosen three will receive two boxes of Freedom Foods cereal. Promotion ends on Monday, Feb. 17.  Must be age 18 or over to win; US residents only.
**Due to technical issues, the promotion has been extended.


12 comments:

Gabrielle said...

My biggest challenge with my GF daughter is keeping on top of what is happening in school. It breaks my heart when they do something with Froot Loops, and my daughter feels left out. I also bake three to four items for school and church bake sales so that not only do my daughter (&I) have a choice, but maybe I can provide a treat for another gluten free person.

The Family Chef said...

These taste just like Froot Loops! Hope you win. :-)

Susie said...

My biggest challenge was finding a alternative to milk that tasted very much like cow's milk which is what my husband preferred, although he is the one who is more sensitive to it. I tried rice milk, almond milk, soy milk and lastly, hemp milk. Hemp milk turned out to be closest but wasn't nearly creamy enough for my discerning husband. That is when I decided to start making my own batches of hemp milk and adjusting the taste to simulate cow's milk. Luckily, he and I are both happily drinking hemp milk without missing the creaminess of regular milk!

JACLYN said...

We've been taking it slow with cutting foods and adding new foods to our meals. My son and I have the worst allergies.

Debra Lee said...

My biggest problem is the availability of ready made gluten free foods and my work schedule!

Kit said...

My biggest challenge is going out to eat with coworkers. There are not many restaurants where I live that offer safe foods but I also like to interact and socialize with my peers.

Suzanne R said...

My biggest problem is finding ready made gluten free food that actually has some nutrition & is not just a bunch of starches. It looks like the Freedom Foods ancient grain flakes & pro-teen crunch fit the bill.

The Family Chef said...

Congratulations to Gabrielle, Jaclyn and Suzanne! Please email me at amy (at) amythefamilychef (dot) com. thanks!!

The Family Chef said...

Jaclyn, can you email me at amy (at) amythefamilychef (dot) com? thanks

JACLYN said...

Just emailed back! :).

Gi ve said...

Nice giveaway, is openend world wide?

The Family Chef said...

This contest is finished. Also, my contests are for US residents only. Thanks for asking!