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The Orgran range of products is totally natural, with nothing artificial added. Full of flavor and natural nutrition, the range is suitable for a wide variety of people with restricted dietary requirements. The Orgran production plant is totally dedicated to the manufacture of dietetic foods. The state-of-the art facility is dedicated to totally wheat-free and gluten-free production, eliminating the threat of cross-contamination.
Who Are Orgran Products Suitable For?
The Orgran range of products is suitable for a broad range of consumers, including:
COELIACS: The entire range of Orgran products are wheat-free and gluten-free.
FOOD ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES: The Orgran range of products are totally natural. Free from artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. In addition, the products are also dairy- and egg-free.
DIABETICS: Orgran products have been reviewed by Diabetes Australia and are suitable to include in the menu plans of diabetics in consultation with their health professional.
WEIGHT PROBLEMS: Low in fat and containing no cholesterol, Orgran products are suitable to include in weight-reduction programs.
NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES: Orgran products undergo minimal processing to retain the highest possible nutrient content available.
VEGANS AND VEGETARIANS: Orgran products are free from animal derivatives.
Package Quantity: 8
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We are a gluten free household and with 3 young children it is difficult to find fun foods for them to eat. My boys ages 3,5, and 6 love this pasta. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mouth doc
These taste OK, but the most important thing is that my autistic son loves these! The texture is close to regular wheat pasta so that is a plus.Published 21 months ago by Stephen Barnes
Gluten free pasta that is in fun animal shapes and is different colors? Try finding that at your local rural supermarket! Read morePublished on December 31, 2012 by Doctor Mom