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Udi’s whole grain and white sandwich bread

September 18, 2009

Udi’s bread, hands-down the best gluten-free bread I have eaten in years. It not looks like real bread; it also has that same moist, chewy taste. Recently, I had the privilege of trying some of this delicious bread, courtesy of Dee Valdez, the Udi’s gluten-free ambassador. I had read several reviews saying it was the best gluten-free bread on the market so I was curious to try it and see if it lived up to all these glorious reviews.

When the package arrived, I must say it felt like Christmas morning, I was so excited. I immediately ripped open the package and decided to make a sandwich. The package label mentions that it can be stored at room temperature, if preferred! Hallelujah, my toaster can get a break. The bread certainly lived up to all the hype and articles I have read. It truly is the best gluten-free bread on the market. It is moist and flavorful; it holds up well to condiments and even grilled cheese!

Udi’s is currently working on expanding their products into gluten-free market across America. Currently in Austin, I have found this lovely bread at People’s Rx (Westlake), Whole Foods and Central Market. Udi’s gluten-free products are made in a dedicated gluten-free bakery in Denver. They also have other gluten-free products such as cinnamon rolls, lemon–streusel muffins, blueberry muffins, pizza crust and granola. All products are gluten, dairy, soy and nut free.

For more information:
Udi’s | 101 East 70th Avenue | Denver CO, 80221
Phone: 303.657.1600 | Fax: 303.657.1615

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