Devon Farm Kitchen is thrilled to have launched a new range of gluten free meals in response to a rising demand for gluten free options, as Joe Bradshaw, Devon Farm Kitchen Manager explains:
“I’m delighted to share that our menu now boasts a healthy selection of 12 gluten-free favourites including lamb loin chop, salmon with sweet and sour veg, and chicken curry with basmati rice. And in response to customers’ suggestions, new gluten-free dishes have just been added: Lancashire hotpot; venison pie; and liver, bacon and onions – with more gluten-free dishes coming soon. With every penny of profit from our meals going to support Rowcroft Hospice, what’s not to love?!
“At Devon Farm Kitchen we offer a personalised service where we listen wholeheartedly to our customers and we act on their feedback. People have been telling us that they’d like to see more gluten-free choices on the menu, so that’s what we’re offering.
“One in ten people in the UK now avoid gluten – a protein found in wheat, barley and rye. Gluten helps food maintain its shape, acting as a glue that holds food together. There are several potential causes of gluten intolerance, including celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, and wheat allergy. While a small percentage of people in the UK have coeliac disease, many others suffer with gluten- and wheat-related digestive problems, some of which is blamed on mass-produced food.
“The gluten-free meals from Devon Farm Kitchen are handmade in small batches using the finest local ingredients. Created with input from dietitians, the dishes are not only tasty but also well-balanced and highly nutritional.
“We pride ourselves on delivering the very best in quality. We’re providing a unique service to our community by lovingly crafting nutritious meals that encourage healthy eating, and by generating profits that help sustain the expert care that Rowcroft Hospice provides to patients across the region.
“I’d like to say a huge thank you to all our customers for supporting us and for helping us to raise essential funds to care for local patients in South Devon.”
To find out more about Devon Farm Kitchen’s gluten free and other meals, please visit their website at www.devonfarmkitchen.co.uk