Dempsters Gluten Zero

Gluten Zero @Dempsters new #GlutenFree bread!

November 1, 2013

I have gone through a fair bit of bread since going gluten free…some have tasted like cardboard and some have tasted great, but most of them tend to fall apart a bit when you use them in the sandwich. Recently, Dempsters came out with a new gluten-free bread called gluten zero in both a whole-grain and a white bread.

Both breads are very tasty, I prefer the the whole Grain- I have never been a big fan of white bread…although this white bread is quite nice and it’s very good toasted. My daughter also really liked both breads although her preference was also the whole-grain. We both found that the texture of both breads kept up quite nicely and and it was nice to be able to have a sandwich that didn’t fall apart and tasty good!

The real test was my husband- he doesn’t have to eat gluten free so if he likes it, Β that means that it is good. He even liked the white Β – he said that the taste reminded him a bit of rye bread and he thought the texture was very good considering it is a non- glutinous bread!

Dempsters Gluten ZeroGluten Free Certification

Both breads are baked in a dedicated gluten-free facility and certified by the Gluten free certification program.

The whole-grain has a mixture of whole-grain sorghum flour, tapioca starch, whole-grain brown rice and Β whole-grain millet flour as ground and whole flaxseed, whole grain millet, toasted corn germ and sunflower seeds for a very nutritious and tasty loaf.

The white bread has a mixture of rice flour , tapioca starch and ground flax seed.Β  They both make great sandwiches! πŸ™‚

Dempsters Gluten Zero

Look for it on grocery stores shelves, not the freezer section. It comes double wrapped and sealed – once opened it has shelf life of about five days and can also be frozen. This is great to know…but it never seems to last that long around here. πŸ™‚

*Disclosure – although I received product for this review, all opinions are my own.

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  1. Why did they have to put Corn in it? πŸ™ About one third of folks who can’t handle wheat family gluten also can’t tolerate Corn family gluten.

    1. Unfortunately, finding something that everyone can tolerate isn’t always easy – but this does give some of us an option. πŸ™‚

  2. I live in the US but am Canadian and have been Celiac for 35 years. I recently tried your gluten free blueberry Mini Bagels and I love them. I would be interested in trying/purchasing more of your gluten free products. Do you ship to the US or can I only purchase in Canada?

    1. Hi Cheryl, not sure which blueberry muffins you are referring to. I believe Dempster’s GlutenZero is only available in Canada, and as a multigrain and white bread.

  3. Are you still making the gluten zero hamburger buns, have looked in stores and cannot find them:(

    1. Hi Anne,
      I don’t work for Dempsters but I haven’t seen the buns around either – Udi’s makes some great ones.

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