Tuesday, 14 April 2015

x2 Naturis Low FODMAP spelt sourdough bread options, certified by Monash University

The Department of Gastroenterology of Monash University is delighted to announce that Naturis Organic Breads has two spelt sourdough bread products certified as Low in FODMAPs.

The two spelt sourdough breads
            1. Naturis Wholemeal Spelt bread
            2Naturis Wholemeal Spelt Chia & Sunflower Seeds Bread
has met all requirements of the Monash University Low FODMAP Certification Program.

Stockist: ACT, QLD, NT, NSW, TAS & VIC
Phone number:  +61 (02) 9948 4097
Both these Naturis wholemeal spelt breads has been given an overall rating of green and can be included on a low FODMAP diet. 
One Low FODMAP serving size is 2 slices of bread
Naturis Wholemeal Spelt Bread 

Naturis Wholemeal Spelt Chia & Sunflower Seeds

For stockists, customers are advised to contact the Naturis Organic Breads directly.
Details of  these two Monash certified spelt sourdough breads will be on Monash University Low FODMAP diet app very shortly. 
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Naturis Organic Breads:
Naturis Organic Breads is an artisan bakery located in the Australian coastal town of Balgowlah, on Sydney’s north shore. Naturis Organic Breads produces a range of specialty organic breads. 

Certified breads: 
    1. Wholemeal Spelt bread
     2. Wholemeal Spelt Chia & Sunflower Seeds


  1. How much does it cost to get a product certified?

    1. Hi Steph, thank you for your inquiry.
      For quotations, please feel free to fill in our online form here http://www.med.monash.edu.au/cecs/gastro/fodmap/certification/eoi.html, or contact us directly at fodmap.certified@monash.edu

      The Monash University Low FODMAP team

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  3. I am looking to find any spelt bread in the USA suitable for Low FODMAP. Any thoughts on this? Or are they not available thanks

  4. I am looking to find a low FODMAP spelt bread in the USA. Any thoughts as what brand name I would look for? thanks