We love brands that help us live our healthiest lives here at the Health Bloggers Community. This week we’re bringing you the second round of our favourite free-from products that can be enjoyed by everyone and that champion inclusion, not exclusion.

Elspeth’s Kitchen

Credit: Elspeth’s Kitchen

Artisan Dessert Specialist Elspeth’s Kitchen creates beautiful slices of nature with wholesome natural ingredients, that are free from gluten, wheat, dairy, soya & refined-sugar. 

Find out more about Elspeth’s Kitchen.

Social: @elspethskitchen

Rana’s Artisan Bakery

Credit: Rana’s Artisan Bakery

Having been diagnosed with Coeliac disease, Rana teamed up with a friend to start Rana’a Artisan Bread with the mission to create gluten free, artisan bread that everyone would love.

They now produce the some of the finest gluten free sourdough bread and bread mixes, all of which are great for coeliacs and vegans.

Find out more about Rana’s Artisan Bread.

Social: FB: Ranasbakery T: @GF_Ranas_Bread I: @gf.ranas.bread

Norah’s Brownies

Credit: Norah’s Brownies

Norah’s Brownies aim to bring the joy back into eating chocolate.

They are all free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar, making them a healthier option that is hard to resist. With exciting and creative toppings, rich flavours and a gorgeous chewy texture, you’d never know they were free from anything!

Find out more about Norah’s Brownies.

Social: @norahsbrownies

Fullgreen Cauli Rice

Fullgreen makes low-carb riced vegetables; great whether you’re trying to cut carbs or just eat more greens. Low-carb, gluten-free and additive-free, they have up to 85% fewer calories than rice.

And because they’re simply non-GMO cauliflower, broccoli and sweet potatoes (washed, chopped, and steamed in the pouch) they’re vegan too!

Find out more about Fullgreen Cauli Rice.

Social: FB: Fullgreen.Official T: @Fullgreen_News I: @Fullgreen.Official


Get the chance to sample these and lots of other delicious free-from brands at the Free From Festival at Old Spitalfields Market on Monday 28th May (Bank Holiday Monday).