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I'm really surprised that the product page doesn't make this clear, but I have just double checked the packaging and it states 'Gluten Free'. Hope that helps.
By chrissy on 10 October 2014
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When I first got this I didn't know how to use it and thought it tasted terrible. Then, my nutritionist stepped in and helped teach me what to do. This is not a flavoured powder that you just mix with liquid and drink. You add this to other ingredients to add protein content to your diet.
You can add to either savoury … see more
When I first got this I didn't know how to use it and thought it tasted terrible. Then, my nutritionist stepped in and helped teach me what to do. This is not a flavoured powder that you just mix with liquid and drink. You add this to other ingredients to add protein content to your diet.
You can add to either savoury or sweet. So you could add a tablespoon or two to soups, stews, etc., you can make into a smoothie, for example.
We use for smoothiesand this has become a breakfast favourite. My husband prefers fruits so we mix 2 HEAPED teaspoons with about 5 cubes or ice, fruit as desired, and about 300 ml Almond Coconut milk. You can use any liquid you desire but as we are dairy intolerant we use the almond milks normally.
I'm a chocoholic so my nutritionist helped me get a more healthy chocolate mix: 2 HEAPED teaspoons pea protein, about 5 ice cubes, 2 teaspoons Truvia, 2 teaspoons organic cocoa, about 300 ml milk (or milk substitute). Blend. Delicious! It keeps me full until lunch time and also curbs my chocolate cravings. see less
When I first got this I didn't know how to use it and thought it tasted terrible. Then, my nutritionist stepped in and helped teach me what to do. This is not a flavoured powder that you just mix with liquid and drink. You add this to other ingredients to add protein content to your diet.
You can add to either savoury or sweet. So you could add a tablespoon or two to soups, stews, etc., you can make into a smoothie, for example.
We use for smoothiesand this has become a breakfast favourite. My husband prefers fruits so we mix 2 HEAPED teaspoons with about 5 cubes or ice, fruit as desired, and about 300 ml Almond Coconut milk. You can use any liquid you desire but as we are dairy intolerant we use the almond milks normally.
I'm a chocoholic so my nutritionist helped me get a more healthy chocolate mix: 2 HEAPED teaspoons pea protein, about 5 ice cubes, 2 teaspoons Truvia, 2 teaspoons organic cocoa, about 300 ml milk (or milk substitute). Blend. Delicious! It keeps me full until lunch time and also curbs my chocolate cravings.

By ANN S FISHER on 28 August 2016
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No idea.. I assume not as it does not use the word on oackaging. I have since binned the product as I found the taste unpleasant. Personally I found hemp protein more palatable
By Paul on 13 August 2015
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It's quite low in cards, but it's 80g of protein per 100g
By Kindle Customer on 05 June 2015
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I don't think so. All the organic products from this company they write in the front "ORGANIC" with capital letters.
By Vas on 21 April 2017
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Hi
Amazon will not allow us to give our web site details but you can easily google ainleyorganics uk

By Ainley Organics LTD SELLER on 11 May 2015
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As far as I can see on the product packaging it is supplied by PULSIN LTD UNIT 16 BRUNEL COURT GLOUCESTER GL2 2AL UK.
By Ron on 18 April 2015
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It doesn't say so on the packaging, but it also doesn't say 'Does not contain sesame.' So it's up to you unless your allergy is severe or life-threatening.
By MrPuffinPan on 19 January 2017