Low FODMAP Foods

The following are brands and ranges producing low FODMAP products. Obviously, many other products by other manufacturers will be suitable for a low FODMAP diet too, and your dietitian is best placed to advise, according to local availability and nutritional need.

Casa de Sante (US)
Onion- and garlic-free herb and spice mixes (using hing / asafoetida), granola, salad dressings, plus lemon tonic / wellness infusions.

Foddies (Australia)
‘Fructose friendly food’ – including treats, sauces and protein balls.

Fodify Foods (UK)
The brainchild of two FODMAP-trained dietitians. Range includes ready-made tomato sauce and curry sauce, three spice mixes.

Fodmapped (Australia / New Zealand)
The ‘world’s first FODMAP food brand’: range consists of sauces, stocks and soups. American consumers can buy from Amazon too.

Fody Foods (US)
Formerly Nicer Foods, Fody offer low FODMAP salsas, sauces, infused oils and snack bars. Plans to make available in UK and Canada soon.

Free From Fairy (UK)
Low FODMAP, gluten and rice free flours.

Functional Food Company (UK)
IB’Snack – ‘healthy bites’.

Gentle Belly (US)
Meal shake with brown rice, quinoa, GF oat bran, chia and more. Launching Summer 2017.

Lauren Loves (UK)
Low FODMAP pasta sauce.

ProNourish (US)
Low-FODMAP nutritional drinks – strawberry banana / French vanilla.

Rachel Pauls Food (US)
Four ‘Happy Bars’ – in peanut and chocolate varieties. Gluten free too, as well as low FODMAP.

Slightly Different Foods (UK)
Dishes free from onion, garlic, lactose and gluten-containing grains.

SOME Foods (Australia)
Range of Italian, Indian and Thai cooking sauces, plus a selection of spice fusions.

trueself (US)
Low FODMAP snack bars – including lemon poppy, banana cinnamon and pumpkin spice. Available from Amazon US too.

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