Hand crafted in a completely dedicated Gluten Free Bakery. Every loaf is baked with the finest ingredients to ensure the best flavor and outstanding texture our gluten free products are known for. All Franz Gluten Free products are certified by the Gluten-Free Organization (GFCO) and are made with whole and ancient grains at our dedicated gluten free facility. All four of our gluten free breads mirror traditional bread with a soft, pliable texture and delicious flavor. Our breads are designed to allow people to choose a gluten free lifestyle without sacrificing the normal food experiences that we all value eating inchnormalinch food in inchnormalinch ways. At Franz, we use real food ingredients in our breads. You’ll never find unnatural preservatives or unidentifiable words on the nutrition label. What you will find is, clean and transparent labels that are to the point. Our bread is more than just gluten free. There is no wheat, dairy, soy, or nuts in our recipe. By keeping seven of the top eight allergens out of Franz Gluten Free we have put great tasting bread back on the menu for bread lovers to enjoy.
CERTIFIED GLUTEN-FREE- Franz gluten-free products are crafted in a completely dedicated gluten free bakery. Every loaf is baked with the finest ingredients to ensure a flavor and texture the whole family can enjoy.
WHOLE GRAIN, 16 G PER SERVING- High content in fiber. Eat 48g or more of whole grains daily. All these whole grains love avocado, egg, and all kinds of veggies.
ALLERGY-FREE SANDWICHES AND TOASTS- No soy, dairy or nuts. 80 calories per serving. Great texture and flavor.
ONLY NATURAL INGREDIENTS- Water, Brown Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Tapioca Syrup, Whole Grain Sorghum Flour, Xanthan Gum, Whole Grain Millet Seeds, Contains 2 percent Or Less Of Each Of The Following: Whole Eggs, Whole Grain Millet Flour, Whole Grain Amaranth Seed, Whole Grain Teff Seeds, Red Quinoa Seeds, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Molasses, Salt, Cultured Rice Flour, Yeast, Enzymes.
A COMPANY WITH AN INCREDIBLE STORY- Franz Bakery is the story of a 15 year old immigrant and his brothers moving to Oregon and founding one of the country’s most successful bakeries.
Unit count type: Ounce