Le Granola multigrain sliced bread Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free and Organic
Le Granola is a hearty organic, gluten-free and dairy-free bread. Made with millet flakes, quinoa flakes, ground flaxseed and a nutritious blend of hemp, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, it is a delicious alternative for conventional multigrain bread lovers.
Le Granola is one of seven gluten-free breads recommended by “Protégez-Vous” Magazine.
ACCLAIMED BY “PROTÉGEZ-VOUS” MAGAZINE
- Source of 14 essential nutrients
- Source of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids
- Made from unrefined flours
- Source of fibre
- Made with olive oil
- 545g retail size. Points of sale
ADRIQ INNOVATION AWARD RECIPIENT (Product category)
ADRIQ (Québec’s association for the development of research and innovation) rewards entrepreneurs who play a leading role in industrial research and technological innovation.
CTAQ NEW OR IMPROVED PRODUCT AWARD
for its line of organic GF flours. CTAQ is the food processing council of Québec.
INGREDIENT: WATER, FLOUR MIX*(BROWN RICE, BUCKWHEAT, QUINOA, AMARANTH), TAPIOCA STARCH*, FROZEN WHOLE EGGS*, SEEDS MIX* (PUMPKIN, SUNFLOWER, HEMP), CANE SUGAR*, FLAKES (MILLET AND/OR QUINOA)*, OLIVE OIL*, GROUND FLAX SEEDS*, GUAR GUM, CIDER VINEGAR*, SEA SALT, YEAST, XANTHAN GUM. *ORGANIC
Crafted in an environment FREE FROM gluten, dairy products, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, corn, potato and sesame.
Certified organic by Ecocert Canada.
THAWING AND STORAGE
Our ready-to-eat loaves do not contain any preservatives and should therefore be kept frozen. However, as slices can sometimes be difficult to separate when a loaf is frozen, you may also store in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. Under no circumstances is it recommended to keep at room temperature.
SANDWICH: GET SOFT AND FLUFFY SLICES
When thawed, gluten-free bread does not usually recover the texture of fresh bread, which makes it difficult to prepare sandwiches. However, there is a way around it: reheat slices in the microwave oven or in a conventional oven (wrapped in aluminum foil), until fully thawed and warm. The texture will then be identical to that of fresh bread, which is a nice alternative to toasting from frozen. The texture will become soft and fluffy again, which does not happen when thawed at room temperature (the crumb then becomes fragile and breaks apart). This method makes it possible to prepare sandwiches, even from previously frozen slices.