WHEN consumer research identified quiche as the product most people wanted to see in a gluten-free format, manufacturer DS gluten-free made its move.
Its new frozen quiche Lorraine comes in single-person portions, filled with smoky bacon and cheddar with a shortcrust pastry case.
It’s suitable for all people who have been diagnosed with coeliac disease, a wheat allergy or intolerance, or who are sensitive to gluten.
Brand manager Emma Herring said: “We’ve worked hard to develop a recipe that is as close to a mainstream quiche as possible. For many people who follow a gluten- or wheat-free diet, quiche has probably been off the menu for years. We have the ability to put great tasting favourites back on the table.”
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