Is there any good gluten free brands to recommend in the uk ??

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    Mika144854 M & S Made Without

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    crs1184 We were in Scotland in May and my daughter loved the Warburton Breads like the Tiger Bloomer. You get them at Tesco or Sainsbury's. M&S has their own gf brand. They also have ready-to-eat sandwiches.

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    isagraceharris Warburtons makes really great bread I recommend their Tiger Loaf it’s delicious :)

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    isagraceharris crimble has incredible desserts

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    leanneeor The Asda own brand free from is amazing! Asda itself has a massive variety!

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    D08710 The “Promise” brand of bread and cakes is fantastic! Available in some Lidl, Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda

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    Sophie1 Sainsbury’s has a great selection of Free From foods

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    Sophie1 Avoid “Genius” products - tend to be dry and tasteless 1 reply

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    thaluzad Tesco’s free from line is quite good

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    klaraflano Genius is so nice their tiger loaf is mind blowing

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    salesjak the brand „freee“ has a really good flour selection. also some cereal and ready to eat cakes/muffins/pies (with seasonal specials). found it at Morrisons, Sainsbury and Tesco

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    lucia9124 Made Without!! I’ve loved all their stuff. Found at Waitrose and M&S Simply Food. Possibly at Tesco too. Tiger bread, if you can find it.

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    jjj1234 Genius for bread/crumpets, Tesco’s Free From for cakes + cookies (the dark chocolate covered ginger cookies and carrot cake are my faves), M&S for prepared/ready to eat foods (especially their crispy spring rolls and garlic flatbread), Morrisons for pasta + frozen chicken nuggets (niche but important).