Raised Gluten Free has launched two savory pies, including a vegetable pot pie with rich vegan gravy, and an egg-less spinach quiche. In addition to being certified gluten free and vegan, both artisan entrées are free of dairy, eggs, nuts, and peanuts, Kosher Pareve, and Non-GMO Project Verified.
Rudi’s Organic Bakery and Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery has launched Rudi’s Rocky Mountain Bakery, set to deliver small batch, artisanal bread straight from Boulder, Colorado, to your kitchen. For over 40 years, Rudi’s has spearheaded a mission to make artisanal and gourmet packaged baked goods more accessible to consumers by bringing wholesome products, expertly-crafted in the heart of Colorado to pantries nationwide.
Little Northern Bakehouse, a Canadian leader in gluten-free and plant-based breads and bakery products, announces the addition of three new certified organic gluten-free breads to their robust lineup: Organic Ancient Grain, Organic Oatmeal, and Organic Original. Following Little Northern's commitment to offer gluten-free products that don't sacrifice taste and texture, the three new varieties are made from organic whole grains and seeds to deliver truly delicious bread.
Brazi Bites, the top U.S. producer of naturally gluten-free Brazilian-style cheese bread, is expanding its distribution footprint to over 300 Walmart stores and will also be available online at Amazon. The brand has experienced a 60% increase in sales this year due to pandemic spending by consumers.
Soozy’s Grain-Free, a nutrient-dense baked good innovator, officially announced the availability of its bread and bagel product lines. Skipping the questionable ingredients found in many traditional bakery products, all products feature the company’s special grain-free flour blend, comprised of deliciously nutrient-rich ingredients. Both product lines are available exclusively at Whole Foods Market stores nationwide in the gluten-free frozen section. The company’s new line of breads and bagels expands upon its current portfolio which also includes muffins and donuts, which are sold in the frozen aisle, and grain-free, plant-based cookies, which are shelf stable.
The bakery products segment is estimated to dominate the gluten-free products market, mainly due to increasing preference for the bakery products.
September 13, 2018
The gluten-free market is estimated to be valued at $4.48 billion in 2018, and is projected to reach $6.47 billion by 2023, at a CAGR of 7.6%, according to a report published by MarketsandMarkets, New York.