The demand for gluten-free products is on the increase. A recent report revealed that one in 10 consumers would like to see more gluten free options on menus.
By not catering for this growing market operators could be missing out on an opportunity to drive profits.
What is gluten intolerance?
Coeliac disease is an intolerance to gluten found in wheat, barley or rye. By damaging the gut, it can prevent normal digestion and absorption of food. If left undetected, Coeliac disease can lead to anaemia, poor bone health and weight loss.
The Caterer’s Solution
Swedish premium frozen cake manufacturer Almondy has a range of gluten free tertas and cheesecakes to help operators cater for this expanding market and allow Coeliacs to indulge without jeopardising their health.
Andrew Ely, managing director, Almondy Ltd, said: “With 1 in 10 consumers demanding gluten free options, it is a clear sign that awareness and the need for gluten free products is growing.
"Almondy enables operators to have a cake offering that caters for Coeliacs and sweet tooths without having to make drastic changes to their menus.”
With 100% natural ingredients the range includes the best selling Almondy terta with Daim - a Daim Bar variant with a classic creamy almond cake topped with crunchy almond caramel and covered with smooth milk chocolate.
There`s also Almondy terta with Snickers, an enticing, brittle almond biscuit base layered with butter nougat cream, soft caramel, roasted peanuts and topped with milk chocolate.
Customers can also indulge in creamy Almondy Original Almond Buttercream, fruity cheesecakes and the delectable, Almondy Dark Chocolate terta with 60 per cent cocoa solids.
Almondy is the perfect choice for busy caterers who need versatile, quality frozen sweets on their menus.
Almondy’s foodservice range is conveniently pre-cut into 12 servings to ensure portion control and a slice defrosts in just 10 minutes, ideal for busy periods and last minute orders.
For more information call 01628 894 838, email Info.firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.almondy.com.