Winners of the 2015 awards
presented by Antony Worrall Thompson on 22nd April 2015 at the Royal College of Physicians in London
Foods suitable for nut and peanut allergics – Sponsored by the Wellaby's
ilumi Chicken Za'tar
‘Really reassuring allergen labelling (can it be egg free too?!) and extra points for being in a convenient travel-handy pouch.' 'At 40% this contains a good amount of chicken, the spices smell mouth-watering.' 'A good fresh taste, a little sweet, and how wonderful to have a nut-free curry!'
Pudology Chocolate Orange Pud
‘Very clear nut allergen warnings on pack – meaning contamination risk can be reasonably worked out by consumer.' 'Good natural orange taste, lovely creamy chocolate texture.' 'Could the fact that it is egg and wheat free too not be flagged up?'
Sweet Mandarin Nut Free Gluten Free Satay
‘Very good – has the sharp, dry taste that satay should have, very nice.' 'Lovely, spicy, sweet sauce with a good consistency.' 'How great to have a nut-free, safe substitute for satay! How I’ve missed this…'
Orgran Mini Outback Animals Chocolate Cookies
‘These tick multiple allergen freefrom boxes, so really good for children with multiple allergies.' 'A little too sweet but a nice crunchy biscuit, with a lovely flavour. Really small so PERFECT for kids' treats!'
Sweet Mandarin GF Hoisin Sauce
‘This hoisin is lovely, with an authentic, light taste.' 'Gluten and nut-free Chinese sauces are so hard to find so this is great!' 'An excellent ingredients list.'
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