This is a list of low-FODMAP brands, product ranges, online stores and FODMAP certifiers.
Remember, many products by other manufacturers will be suitable for a modified FODMAP diet too, and your dietitian is best placed to advise, according to local availability and nutritional need.
Bay’s Kitchen (UK)
Onion-, garlic- and gluten-free stir-in sauces for pasta, noodles, rice.
Casa de Sante (US)
Onion- and garlic-free herb and spice mixes and seasonings (some using hing / asafoetida), granola (sweet and savoury), salad dressings, plus lemon tonic / wellness infusions.
‘Fructose friendly food’ – sauces and ready meals.
Fodmapped (Australia / New Zealand)
The ‘world’s first FODMAP food brand’: range consists of sauces, stocks and soups. UK consumers can buy through FODMAP Easy. American consumers can buy from Amazon.
FODY Foods (Canada / US)
Formerly Nicer Foods, Fody offer low FODMAP salsas, sauces, infused oils and snack bars. Plans to make available in UK soon.
Gentle Belly (US)
Meal shake with brown rice, quinoa, GF oat bran, chia and more.
Lauren Loves (UK)
Low FODMAP pasta sauce.
Low-FODMAP nutritional drinks – strawberry banana / French vanilla.
Rachel Pauls Food (US)
Five ‘Happy Bars’ – in peanut and chocolate varieties. Gluten free too, as well as low FODMAP. Do not yet deliver to UK.
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.
FODMarket — UK-based online low-FODMAP store, stocking FODMAPPED, FODY Foods, Orgran and some other free from brands.
Links to products by FODMAP certifiers, including some by the manufacturers above.
For a list of FODMAP Friendly Certified products, click here.
For a list of Monash University Low FODMAP certified products, click here.