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REVIEWS

3

Rating

3

Reviews

Pricey

(2)

0

Always seems stale, better options

I keep a low FODMAP diet. My mother, who has celiac, has had Udi’s as a favorite for the past couple of years. Frankly, I find it stale, dry, and overall quite disgusting and a real let down for a sandwich. For two dollars less, an equally small loaf of GF bread from Trader Joe’s is certainly the better option.

sassemblyman

0

Pretty good

I really enjoy Udi’s bread products. It’s one of the few pre-made foods I’ve found that agree with my particular brand of IBS. It holds together well if toasted. Of course, it’s not the same as regular bread, it doesn’t have the same…dexterity that regular bread has, like it can get soggy or has a slight graininess to it.

Notjellyfish524

0

Not For Me

I really tried to like this bread, but I just couldn’t use it for sandwiches. The texture reminded me of stale pound cake. I ended up using most of this as “garlic bread” by drizzling some garlic infused oil on it and toasting it in the oven.

Sbc8876

Udis Gluten Free Foods, Bread Sandwich White Gluten-free, 12 Ounce

DIETARY INFO

Combine multiple diets

Is it Gluten Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is gluten free.

Is it Low FODMAP?

Yes! We believe this product is low FODMAP at 1 serving as there are no moderate or high FODMAP ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Corn Free?

This product may or may not be corn free as it lists 2 ingredients that could contain corn depending on the source. We recommend contacting the manufacturer directly to confirm.

Is it Dairy Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is dairy free.

Is it Egg Free?

No. This product is not egg free as it lists 2 ingredients that contain egg.

Is it Fish Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian, making it suitable for fish free eaters as well.

Is it Milk Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is milk free.

Is it Oat Free?

Yes! We believe this product is oat free as there are no oat ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Peanut Free?

Yes! We believe this product is peanut free as there are no peanut ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Pescatarian?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegan, making it suitable for pescatarian eaters as well.

Is it Sesame Free?

Yes! We believe this product is sesame free as there are no sesame ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Shellfish Free?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian, making it suitable for shellfish free eaters as well.

Is it Soy Free?

Yes! We believe this product is soy free as there are no soy ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Tree Nut Free?

Yes! We believe this product is tree nut free as there are no tree nut ingredients listed on the label.

Is it Vegan?

No. This product is not vegan as it lists 2 ingredients that derive from animals and 2 ingredients that could derive from animals depending on the source.

Is it Vegetarian?

Yes! The manufacturer claims that this product is vegetarian.

Is it Wheat Free?

Yes! We believe this product is wheat free as there are no wheat ingredients listed on the label.

INGREDIENTS

WATER, PEA STARCH, MODIFIED TAPIOCA STARCH, RICE STARCH, CANOLA OIL, RICE FLOUR, SORGHUM FLOUR, TAPIOCA STARCH, SUGAR CANE SYRUP, DRIED EGG WHITES, CANE SUGAR, MODIFIED CELLULOSE, CULTURED BROWN RICE, BROWN RICE, SALT, YEAST, GUAR GUM, XANTHUM GUM, CALCIUM SULFATE, ALPHA AMYLASE. CONTAINS: EGGS.

ALLERGENS

No allergen statement found for this product. Please double-check the label if you have a severe food allergy.

FACILITY / CROSS-CONTACT

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DESCRIPTION

Udis Gluten Free Foods, White Sandwich Bread is a great gluten free option that is light and fluffy. It is made with all natural ingredients and does not have added fillers. This bread is dairy-free, soy-free, and nut-free.

REVIEWS

3

Rating

3

Reviews

Pricey

(2)

0

Always seems stale, better options

I keep a low FODMAP diet. My mother, who has celiac, has had Udi’s as a favorite for the past couple of years. Frankly, I find it stale, dry, and overall quite disgusting and a real let down for a sandwich. For two dollars less, an equally small loaf of GF bread from Trader Joe’s is certainly the better option.

sassemblyman

0

Pretty good

I really enjoy Udi’s bread products. It’s one of the few pre-made foods I’ve found that agree with my particular brand of IBS. It holds together well if toasted. Of course, it’s not the same as regular bread, it doesn’t have the same…dexterity that regular bread has, like it can get soggy or has a slight graininess to it.

Notjellyfish524

0

Not For Me

I really tried to like this bread, but I just couldn’t use it for sandwiches. The texture reminded me of stale pound cake. I ended up using most of this as “garlic bread” by drizzling some garlic infused oil on it and toasting it in the oven.

Sbc8876

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