Franz Bakery, located in Portland, Oregon, has just launched their new gluten-free bread line. The line includes two varieties of gluten-free bread: Mountain White and 7 Grain.
Franz Gluten Free Mountain White – Each 90 calorie slice is natural and made with whole grains, with no High Fructose Corn Syrup, and 2g of fiber, 110mg of sodium and 2g of protein. INGREDIENTS: BROWN RICE FLOUR, WATER, TAPIOCA FLOUR, WHOLE GRAIN SORGHUM FLOUR, AGAVE SYRUP, EGGS, XANTHAN GUM, EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, YEAST, CULTURED BROWN RICE FLOUR, SEA SALT, WHOLE GRAIN AMARANTH, ENZYMES.
Franz Gluten Free 7 Grain – Each 90 calorie slice is natural, made with 100 percent whole grains, including teff, quinoa, millet and amaranth. Made with no High Fructose Corn Syrup, the Gluten Free 7 Grain contains 2g of fiber, 100mg of sodium and 2g of protein. INGREDIENTS: WATER, BROWN RICE FLOUR, TAPIOCA FLOUR, WHOLE GRAIN SORGHUM FOUR, EGGS, AGAVE SYRUP, WHOLE GRAIN TEFF, WHOLE GRAIN MILLET, XANTHAN GUM, EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL, MOLASSES, WHOLE GRAIN QUINOA, WHOLE GRAIN AMARANTH, CORN MEAL, YEAST, CULTURED BROWN RICE FLOUR, SEA SALT, ENZYMES.
More about Franz Bakery and the gluten-free bread:
Franz, an independent, family-owned bakery, recognized the need for high-quality, great-tasting gluten-free bread in the neighborhoods the bakery serves throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Northern California and Montana.
“We are proud to support the celiac community and a gluten-free lifestyle,” said Marc Albers, president of Franz Family Bakeries. “We want to meet the needs of the gluten-free community by not only providing certified gluten-free products, but also great-tasting bread that will satisfy everyone.”
The new line of breads is certified by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO), and starting today will be delivered to participating stores and all Franz Bakery Outlets.
This is the first time I have heard of Franz Bakery, but I live in Ohio and have never been in any of the states served by the bakery. I am looking forward to receiving samples of the gluten-free bread to see how it measures up to some of the others on the market.
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