Last weekend I headed up to the Allergy Show at Olympia, I love this day as it has all of my favourite gluten free products and brands under one roof plus a chance to discover new and exciting products. Today I thought I would show you the products I picked up and over the following few weeks I will be doing a more in depth review of each.

First off I headed to see Ann and Steve at Perk!er and managed to win one of three amazing bags full to the brim of yummy products. Perk!er are a brilliant company, they started up three years ago and offer a variety of delicious products from porridge to sweet treats. I stashed a few Rocky Road bars in my suitcase for my hols last month to keep me going đŸ˜‰

I discovered Romeo’s Bakery last year at a a gluten free event in Camden and their bread is absolutely out of this world! It was worth visiting the show for this bread alone, I also had a gluten free sausage roll – brucie bonus!
I love Celia lager and am so pleased to find it is more readily available. They now have a dark lager which I am keen to try and will, of course, report back.
Another new find – Soft Sage do homemade dough balls, I tried the cheese one and was hooked so immediately grabbed a packet.
Another new find for me (so many at the show this year) was a company called Tolerant foods. Amazingly, this pasta has only ONE ingredient. High in protein – perfect post-gym meal!
I have seen these guys at the show before but for some strange reason I have never sampled their products. I am eager to give these a whirl!
Another very busy year at the show and nice to see some familiar faces!
Claire x

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