Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery

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Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery, launched by Boulder, Colo.-based Rudi’s Organic Bakery, makes life brighter for families by giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy bread. Rudi’s has been committed to baking delicious, family-friendly breads without artificial ingredients for more than 30 years, and leveraged this legacy of baking on the bright side to launch a new line of gluten-free breads. Each bread is made with only the highest quality, all-natural and organic ingredients. All Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery products are certified gluten-free and carry the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO) seal.

Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery gives the gift of bread back to families with dietary restrictions through convenient, ready-to-enjoy breads they don’t have to bake at home. Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery breads are a new, bright and inspiring choice in the gluten-free freezer section at your local grocer.  Visit Rudi’s Bakery at www.rudisbakery.com.

PRODUCT REVIEWS BY BLOGGERS

NFCA of glutenfreehotproducts.com tried out Rudi’s Gluten Free Breads and loved the light and fluffy texture, similar to white bread. The best part is there was no strange after taste.  It tastes like regular bread! Read the complete review.

Kim of glutenfreeislife.com says she especially loves the Cinnamon Raisin Bread for breakfast with a touch of almond & pumpkin butters. Read her complete review

3 Reviews for “Rudi’s Gluten Free Bakery”

  • JacquieNo Gravatar

    Rudi’s cinnamon raisin bread is incredible! Toasted with a touch of cream cheese or alternative. All of their breads are incredible! The regular (original or multigrain) bread makes great French toast, sandwiches, anything that requires regular bread! This gluten free bread delivers!

  • Joan M.No Gravatar

    The cinnamon raisin bread makes wonderful French toast! I like that the slices (of all their breads) are larger than some other brands and the taste is great…they don’t assault (or insult) one’s taste buds. If only something could be done about the dip in the top center (a problem with even some regular breads); with the slices on the smaller size to begin with, anything that removes some of the space of the slices is noticeable and annoying for sandwich making).

  • Toni WNo Gravatar

    This bread lasts for a couple of weeks and still maintains it’s softness. It’s a little pricey, but to me it worth it, especially knowing that it’s healthier than the GMO breads on the market today.

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