Where to buy “free from” foods

Supermarkets and specialists sell food and drink free from dairy, gluten and more. Here’s our pick.

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Whether you’re intolerant to certain ingredients or you simply want to switch up your diet, you might be wondering where to start when looking for “free from” foods.

Many large retailers have a dedicated range of these products. We’ve shown a mainstream supermarket range, plus some other options that you might not have considered, too, to get you started. Plus, we’ve included plenty of discount codes to sweeten the deal. Now, did someone say dairy-free chocolate ice-cream?

Where to buy “free from” foods

1. Tesco Groceries
Tesco

Tesco’s own-brand Free From range offers alternatives to bigger, pricier brands. But if well-known branded items are what you’re looking for, Tesco also has many of these, from Deliciously Ella to Nakd bars! Plus, with Tesco Clubcard you can get deals.

    Go to Tesco Groceries website View discount codes for Tesco Groceries


    2. Iceland
    Iceland

    We found offers in Iceland on certain free-from foods, such as 2 for £2.50 on certain Alpro products. The supermarket stocks a good range of Alpro milks – oat, almond, soya and coconut – as well as other Alpro dairy alternatives.

      Go to Iceland website View discount codes for Iceland


      3. Holland & Barrett
      Holland & Barrett

      AKA the great gods of health food. As a leading health food retailer, Holland & Barrett has something for everyone: from egg-free mayos to milk-free chocolate. For specialist advice on your specific free-from needs, check out Holland & Barrett.

        Go to Holland & Barrett website View discount codes for Holland & Barrett


        4. Laithwaites
        Laithwaites

        Ok, so you know where to go for free-from food, but what about wine? Lathwaites stocks a wide variety of vegan wines and wines that are free from sulphites. All of the good stuff, less of those ingredients that you want to live without.

          Go to Laithwaites website View discount codes for Laithwaites


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