Udi’s Launches in Tesco

US food giant Boulder Brands launches their large range of gluten free foods in the UK including bagels, breads, muffins, breakfast bars and snacks.

US gluten-free foods giant Boulder Brands has recently launched its Udi’s gluten-free bakery range in Tesco supermarkets nationwide. Now after seeing the news I immediately went online and had a mooch to see what they had to offer. There are quite a few things that I haven’t seen in supermarkets before, such as; mince pies, apple & cinnamon pastries and bagels.
Bread, breakfast bars, granola, muffins and crisps are also included in this range.
cranberry granola

When this was announced I saw the world most ridiculous comment
“Why are we bringing in food from the states – there are plenty of gluten free breads available in the UK”

I say the more companies that want to sell gluten free foods the better! Udi’s is the No. 1 gluten-free brand in the USA and the world’s largest online gluten-free community. Why would we not want them in the UK?? It is always amazing to see gluten free ranges in supermarkets grow and I am very excited to nip to Tesco to try some out.

Nineteen gluten-free products are heading the UK’s way but they plan to launch up to 50 more throughout the next year. Hopefully they will be launching in more supermarkets and helping to grow accessibility to their range.

As soon as I try one of their products out I will let you know how it goes!


3 thoughts on “Udi’s Launches in Tesco

  1. Agree – there can never be too many gluten-free brands! A little competition is a good thing. Look forward to reading what you think of the Udi’s products, I have only tried the bagels so far…

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