Gluten Free at M&S

I have learned over the years the importance of not shopping for food when you are hungry. So, I found myself at Marks and Spencer's in Dundrum, when I began looking for something I could eat like a cup of fresh fruit or a salad. But I have to tell you I was so totally amazed when I found a sandwich made with gluten free and, just as important, wheat free bread. It was a nice treat, and last but certainly not least, it was pretty darn good!

by Kewl Black Kat

Marks & Spencer (Ireland) Ltd.
Dundrum Town Centre
Unit 1-28
16 Co. Dublin
+353 (0)1 2991300

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1 comment:

  1. - you are right, this looks absolutely great! I do think that Ireland is far ahead of the states for gluten free products, especially in restaraunts and stores. It certainly makes life easier and tastier for I think GF is probably healthier for a lot of people who may not have full scale allergies, but have a food sensitivity that makes them just half-unwell and they don't realize why.

    Although I have been surprised on the last time I was able to go shopping, at the number of GF items now appearing in stores like Walmart and Fred Meyers. You kind of expect it in "natural foods" stores like Trader Joes and Whole foods, and we did find a wonderful store in Bend called Newport Aveue Market. It reminds me of the old time mom-pop stores, not a big fancy modern warehouse store.... we got a bunch of organic items there. Cheeses, meat, chicken, yogurt and such.