Orgran - Gluten-Free Plain Flour, 500g

Orgran - Gluten-Free Plain Flour, 500g
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Orgran - Gluten-Free Plain Flour, 500g

Brand - Orgran
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Quick Description

Finally, a fantastic and easy-to-use Gluten-Free Plain Flour from Orgran! A non-GMO, non-wheat flour perfect for baking, desserts and thickening sauces.

Key Information

  • Made with all-natural ingredients 
  • Versatile maize and rice-based flour
  • Easy to use
  • Gluten-Free
  • Non-GMO

Product Overview

Big news! All your favourite gluten-free recipes are now at your fingertips. This all-natural alternative to wheat-based flour from Orgran is the Gluten-Free Plain Flour to end all gluten-free plain flour

It’s specially made to function in a similar way to wheat flour, but with none of the… well, wheat! That means it’s suitable for most recipes that call for plain flour, making the gluten-free baker’s job as easy as pie!

It’s non-GMO and versatile too. You can bake with it, batter with it, and thicken your sauces with it. With this Orgran Gluten-Free Plain White Flour in your kitchen, you’ll be reaching for it every time. 


Maize Starch, Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Rice Bran, Vegetable Gum (Thickener): Guar Gum.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do people eat gluten-free food?

Products like Organ Gluten-Free Pain Flour allow people on gluten-free diets to enjoy the foods they love without suffering uncomfortable symptoms. There are many reasons people go gluten-free. Some people have been diagnosed with a wheat allergy or Coeliac Disease. For these people, eating gluten can be extremely dangerous.

But there are other reasons why you might cut gluten from your diet. Some people find that reducing their gluten intake may help their digestion and relieve symptoms of bloatedness, abdominal pain and even ‘foggy brain’. Relief from these symptoms by following a gluten-free diet may potentially be an indicator of gluten sensitivity.

If you’re experiencing digestive problems, talk to your doctor about possible causes and to confirm a diagnosis.