“Wow! Just wow!! Has to send you a message as I believe credit where credit is due....A friend made me a sandwich using you delicious bread and it was just gorgeous. Not tasteless and like cardboard like most gluten free breads. I even had to take another slice and eat it with just some butter. Can’t wait to try out more in your range. Keep up the amazing food! You’ll make gluten intolerant people feel happy and not excluded with your fabulous range. Can’t wait to try out your range x''
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New goodies by Goodness Grains 😍 Sorry but I am not sharing. 😁😜 I have only tried the lemon squares so far and Omg. 😋 Only word, delicious. I have tried the bread in the past which is also so soft and it is a delicious sandwich bread. Not opening this pack yet because I still have a loaf to go through. I love that the bagels and the crossiants are individually wrapped. Keeps each piece fresher for longer. 😍
Laura's Gluten Free Kitchen
I have just had one of your croissants for breakfast and it was so delicious I had to let you know! It was just as good as traditional wheat croissants. I also had your lemon squares last week. It is so good for coeliacs to have more choice and not be dribbling at the mouth while others eat!. Keep up the good work and continue putting your bakes into Tesco, Ardkeen, Waterford and New Ross in my case, regards, Margaret Power
I recently had a breakfast at Savill Gardens, Virginia Water, part of the Crown Estates in the UK and enjoyed the bread, which when I asked the chef was handed a goodness grains farmhouse multiseed loaf wrapper. Can you please give me the name of a UK stockist, ideally in Berkshire UK? I am Coeliac and find most supermarket products are pretty awful and whilst there is plenty of choice today the manufacturers substitute gluten with sugar and things are too sweet. Bread is my biggest issue and the one thing I miss most in my GF diet. The only edible loaf is Schar Wholesome Seeded loaf, that was until I tasted yours last week.
Linda Berry (UK)