Gluten-free flour for any recipe
The exclusive formula of the selected GLUTEN-FREE mixture was developed by industry-based specialists to meet this demand. It is a mixture that can be used for both sweet and savoury doughs, for bread, pizzas and bakery goods.
Gluten-free, source of fibre, lactose-free
12,90 € – 39,65 €
Concentration of fruit and vegetables, contains spirulina algae and safflower
11,90 € – 24,50 €
Concentration of fruit and vegetables, contains pumpkin and safflower
9,40 € – 20,62 €
Fruit and vegetable concentrates, contains beetroot
11,90 € – 38,00 €
Fruit and vegetable concentrate, contains sweet potato, radish and cherry.
Gluten-free – Venere black whole grain rice flour
Gluten-free – Red Rice Whole Grain Flour
Fruit and vegetable concentrate, contains carrot and hibiscus.
Fruit and vegetable concentrate, contains spirulina and apple.
32,27 €-85,94 €
Natural flavouring with colouring properties Creativity in your dishes. From fruit and vegetables, flavour and imagination.
Why choose gluten-free flour?
Gluten is a composite of proteins in cereals found in wheat and some varieties of cereals, such as emmer wheat, spelt, triticale, barley and rye. Some people have disorders linked to gluten which, although the symptoms are the same (bloating and stomach pains, fatigue), have a different origin and diagnosis:
- Coeliac disease: an autoimmune disorder that mainly affects the intestine since the immune system reacts to the gluten damaging the intestinal mucus.
- Gluten sensitivity: the symptoms are similar to those of coelic disease and wheat allergy without being either of the two illnesses.
- Wheat allergy: mainly affects the skin and respiratory tract and the symptoms include baker’s asthma or rhinitis.
Gluten intolerance, i.e. coeliac disease or sensitivity, affects about 1% of the population and can start at any age, so much so that many people suffer from it without even knowing.
For all these people, then, using gluten-free flour is linked to health reasons, but does not mean having to sacrifice taste.
The different kinds of
There are some types of flour that are naturally gluten-free (e.g. rice, chestnut, etc.) and can be used for certain types of cooking, but are less suited to baking. There are also flour mixes that are enhanced with natural or chemical ingredients with which products, that more closely resemble those containing gluten, can be made. So, there are a large number of gluten-free flour mixes on the market, but obviously not all of them produce the same result in terms of taste.
Molini Spigadoro’s GLUTEN FREE philosophy
To respond to consumers’ requirements, Molini Spigadoro has researched and selected natural ingredients for its range of gluten-free flours which are easy to work and have the flavour of oven-baked products, combined with nutritional properties and healthiness.
“During the Sigep trade fair in Rimini, we gave out toasted bread appetisers made with bread from our gluten-free mixes. The people who tasted them didn’t realise that they were gluten-free. This is a positive sign which means that our mix has been properly selected and offers excellent products,” commented the CEO, Maria Cucchia.
It is naturally lactose free and a source of fibre. It is sold in 1 kg packets, in multiples of 6, to keep the product intact.