While I shopped at Asda the other week I picked up one of their free magazines. The August edition has a great little article about food intolerances including lactose, gluten, fructose, egg and soya. This is also accompanied by two pages of just some of the Free From products you can purchase from the store. The article is mainly aimed at spotting intolerances in children but it does include some important information for anyone.
Asda have also introduced a custom filter on the website www.asda.com so that if you are shopping online you can search for foods to match your own diet. This is brilliant as on some sites you can be going up and down the virtual aisles before you can find any Free From item.
I don't shop at Asda all the time but I can say I am impressed with their selection of foods and they do cater for all dietary needs it seems. I did try a few of their products last weekend at a family get together and they are very tasty. It was good to eat quiche and pizza I felt as though I could buffet like the rest of the family.
So well done Asda and carry on the good work. I do have to say apart from the Free From article catching my eye I do enjoy this little magazine, it has so much information and advice I would actually go and shop at Asda now and again just to pick this up as it's worth a read. Tell me though if you shop at Asda, do you find it has a good selection of products for your diet? I would be interested to know.
Thank you for reading today, if you are not too exhausted from all this heat do try and reach for that device tomorrow and join me for some talk about Autism on Autism Support Saturday.
Take care for now.