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Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 2:33 pm
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Rudi’s suggests you “grab life by the slice”.  The Rudi’s Organic Bakery and the Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery are part of the exact same company.  You can think of the two more as their product lines than of a separate part of the company.  On Rudi’s organic side, you can try any of fifteen varieties of organic bread.  Their organic buns include 100% Whole Wheat buns, potato slider rolls, wheat hamburger buns, wheat hot dog rolls, white hamburger buns and white hot dog rolls.  They make tortillas and wraps, and bagels and sandwich flatz.  The Flatz line are lower calorie products.  You can also try their flavors of bagel and English muffins.  Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery are all Gluten Free Certified, and you can find the label on their packages.  Their gluten free bread comes in original, multigrain, and cinnamon.  They have a new line of gluten free tortillas that come in plain, spinach tortillas and fiesta tortillas that are made with red bell pepper, jalapeno, onion, and garlic flavors.  You can also try their gluten free pizza crust, multigrain hot dog rolls, and multigrain hamburger buns.  Unfortunately, you cannot buy Rudi’s products from their website, so the price could vary depending on where you buy it at.  You can, however, get a coupon for their gluten free products from their website.

Foods that are organic were grown without the use of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, or ionizing radiation. Organic foods are GMO free.  Products that are gluten free are made without the use of wheat or gluten, and are safe for people who have celiac disease or a gluten allergy or intolerance to consume.  Rudi’s gluten free breads carry the easily recognizable Gluten Free Certification Organization GF Symbol.  Rudi’s organic breads carry the USDA Certified Organic seal.  Rudi’s has its headquarters in Boulder, Colorado.  Check out the Rudi’s website for an awesome blog that contains tons of information about recipes, the organic lifestyle, The Non-GMO project, and much more!

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