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Published October 18th 2016
Gluten free specialist shop can now be sourced online
Being gluten free is becoming more and more common, not because people want to be, but because it is the way their systems work. Years ago it was nearly impossible to visit a store in person or go online and find everyday items that most others take for granted. Today, the choice is much easier.
Sue's Gluten Free Shop at Dayboro provides not only the choice to speak face to face for expertise and knowledge on the gluten free range available today, but also, owners Bill and Sue have launched an online store where shopping from home can be just as easy.
Plenty of choice either in store or online (Photo courtesy of Sue's Gluten Free, Dayboro)
The business is family owned and begun out of the frustration of not being able to source products for a gluten free diet. The shop offers solely gluten-free products, which are reasonably priced to cater for all budgets. If you are aware of a product and it is not in their stock, they will try their best to source it for you.
Proprietors Bill & Sue (Photo courtesy of Sue's Gluten Free, Dayboro)
The online shop lists a comprehensive array of products from baking, flours, cereals, breads and wraps, drink and meal bases, confectionery, jams, relishes and chutneys, desserts, sauces and pasta just to name a few. What interested me was the rice puddings as my Mum always makes me a rice pudding each year on my birthday. Frozen items are only available in-store.
Photo courtesy of Sue's Gluten Free, Dayboro
Articles relating to birthday parties, Christmas festivities and holiday eating can be located under the Articles tab on the website. It can be a bit daunting going on holiday and wondering if your destination caters for gluten free diets or going to a birthday party and wondering what you can eat. Books are also available for purchase.
Sue's Gluten Free shop in Williams Street, Dayboro is open six days a week, mainly starting from 9.00am until 2.00 or 3.00pm. Exact times can be read on the homepage. They are closed on Tuesdays. If getting to Dayboro is a little out of your way, you can send a message to Sue from the Contact tab on the website on purchase online.