b-tempted to choose Gluten-Free
An estimated 1% of the UK population suffers from gluten intolerance and The British Medical Journal (Feb 09) suggests that as little as 25% of individuals with coeliac disease are diagnosed so making voluntary gluten-free choices may be worthwhile.
The ex-City worker founder of b-tempted eats gluten-free by choice and has created a range of bakery items. Neon tried the Bites in two flavours, White Chocolate, Lemon and Cashew and Dark Chocolate and Hazlenut. Although not particularly sweet nor moist both were examples of a tasty handmade product sensitive to health made in interesting flavours; a combination not often found and worth choosing next time you want to pick up a something sweet.
Bites as pictured are £2.50 rrp.