Bio&Me - Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola, 350g

Bio&Me - Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola, 350g
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Bio&Me - Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola, 350g

Brand - Bio&Me
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Quick Description

Bio&Me presents a delicious and easy-to-digest Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola. Full of seedy and wholegrain goodness, it’s delicious and gut-friendly.

Key Information

  • FODMAP Friendly
  • High in Fibre
  • High Protein Content
  • Source of Magnesium, Iron and Calcium
  • No Palm Oil
  • Gluten-Free

Product Overview

Created by The Gut Health Doctor is Bio&Me’s seriously scrumptious Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola. It’s high in fibre and has no added sugar. It’s also low FODMAP which means even the most sensitive tummies can happily digest it.

Packed with a diverse range of plant goodness – from wholegrain oats to seeds, to nuts – Bio&Me Gluten-Free & Nut Granola is high in fibre and protein, as well as a source of magnesium, iron, and calcium. It is the perfect nutrient-rich breakfast: enjoy it with your favourite plant-milk, or stirred into a vegan yoghurt, for a tasty and wholesome start to your day.

Store somewhere cool and dry.


Gluten-Free Wholegrain Oats (37%), Banana, Seeds (11%) (Sunflower, Pumpkin, Brown Linseed, Hemp, Chia (Salvia Hispanica), Dates, Puffed Sorghum, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Walnuts (4%), Dried Carrot, Buckwheat Flakes, Millet Flakes, Quinoa, Puffed Lentils, Natural Flavouring.

Allergens: Oats, Tree Nuts (Walnuts). May contain traces of other Nuts.

Frequently Asked Questions

If Bio&Me Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola are gluten-free, why do they still contain the allergen oats?

Bio&Me Gluten-Free Seed & Nut Granola is certified gluten-free but is not suitable for those with an oats allergy. 

Oats themselves do not contain gluten, but they are often processed in factories that also handle gluten grains meaning that only “gluten-free oats” are clear from any gluten traces. However, some people have allergies to oats themselves as well as, or instead of, gluten.