WELL AND GOOD (Range is free from Milk/Dairy, Gluten, Wheat, Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Soy)

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Well and Good manufactures a range of Gluten Free baking mixes, flours, and baked breads. The range is also free from Milk/Dairy, Wheat, Nuts (Peanuts and Tree Nuts), and Soy and is suitable for vegan diets.

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The following is the range of Well and Good products.

Always read the labels and check the ingredients list before consumption


Well and Good Frequently Asked Questions

What allergens are Well and Good free from?
The range includes products that are free from Gluten, Wheat, Nuts (Peanuts and Tree Nuts), Milk/Dairy and Soy.

What is the manufacturing process for Well and Good?
Our baking mixes and flours are manufactured in Melbourne in a factory free from Gluten, Wheat, Nuts (Peanuts and Tree Nuts) and Milk/Dairy.

What else does Well and Good cater for?
Our entire range is suitable for vegan diets and is kosher and halal.

What certifications or standards do Well and Good have?
Endorsed by Coeliac Australia.

Where can I buy Well and Good?
Selected products at Coles, Woolworths, and Independent stores. 

Where can I find more information?

Always read the labels and check the ingredients list before consumption

This information was provided to Allergy Life Australia by Well and Good. This Page was last updated on 11th April 2024.

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