MTR Foods are pleased to announce that we will be an exhibitor at the upcoming Gluten Free Food & Allergy Show in Auckland.
The show, which is on Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th of May at the North Shore Events Centre, is ideal for anyone who suffers from:
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Coeliac disease
- Allergy to dairy, nuts, eggs etc
- Intolerance to lactose, dairy, gluten, wheat etc
- Breathing issues (eg hayfever, asthma)
- Sensitive skin (eg eczema, psoriasis)
A series of free seminars will be run over both days of the show giving you the chance to hear advice from leading experts on a range of topics including how to adapt recipes, the diagnosis of allergies and intolerances, and practical advice on how to go gluten free.
Our MTR Foods stall can be found at stand number C77. We will have a range of our delicious gluten free products including curries, dals and soups for you to try and are happy to answer any questions you may have about our products. We look forward to seeing you down there!
Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 May, 10am – 5pm
Kids under 10 are FREE
$35 family entry rate (2 x Adults & 2 or more kids 10+)
Senior Citizens discount
Entry includes seminar attendance
*$1 from every entry ticket sold will be donated to Coeliac New Zealand and Allergy New Zealand, to support their charitable work in the community.
Laura from The Spiced Life food blog posted this recipe recently and I felt it really deserved to be shared to our readers here.
This is a delicious, healthy snack that is super easy to make at home. All you need is a few cans of cooked chickpeas and a selection of spices.
Of course if you prefer, you can cook your own chickpeas – just soak them overnight, drain and bring to a boil then simmer until tender (about an hour). Drain once they are cooked and let them cool before you roast them off.
Boiled chickpeas can also be frozen for up to a month if you want to have a supply on hand for a snack.
For the detailed recipe instructions, please visit Laura’s blog …
Increasing numbers of kiwis are finding they need to turn to a gluten-free diet for themselves or their families.
Often the challenge for people needing to go gluten-free is the relatively small range of options, particularly if they are also looking for food that is healthy and possible even vegetarian.
A number of products in the MTR Ready to Eat range sold through supermarkets around New Zealand are gluten-free, including the popular Dal Makhani, Dal Fry (with yellow lentils) and Palak Paneer.
We have made it easy for you to find the gluten free products on our site, by adding all of them to a gluten free category.
Some New World supermarkets even have the MTR gluten free products sitting in their Gluten Free section, right next to the International Foods, making them even easier to find than usual.
Keeping some packs in your pantry means that you always have a very affordable, convenient and quick gluten free option to call on when required.