Gluten Free Fusilli and Spaghetti 500g for 99p at Aldi
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Gluten Free Fusilli and Spaghetti 500g for 99p at Aldi

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Found 24th Sep 2016Made hot 25th Sep 2016
Good price for gluten free pasta at Aldi - two types. Cheaper than all the other chains - £1.20 at Asda, £1.89 at Waitrose for example. Good news for coeliacs! Only a special buy, not a stock line. Get 'em while you can!

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didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?

hitchslap

didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?



​You don't have to celiac to have to avoid gluten, my wife has a condition that means she has to avoid gluten as well.

I've a barley intolerance so eat gluten free to be on the safe side

They seem to have disappeared off the website.

good find op, heat added

Fabulous stuff, tastes far better than the Tesco/Sainsbury/Waitrose stuff.

1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are avoiding gluten due to various health conditions e.g IBS.. This post will help many people. good work op and Aldi, your helping bring down the price.

hitchslap

didn't know there were that many celiacs on here?


What a siĺly thing to say

Just checked with Aldi, this offer is only available in their Irish stores.

johnnywishbone

1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are … 1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are avoiding gluten due to various health conditions e.g IBS.. This post will help many people. good work op and Aldi, your helping bring down the price.



​actually people with ibs shouldn't be affected by gluten. unless of course they have ncgs or celiac disease. I agree that this post is relevant and will help a lot of people. But including a category of people that are not affected like you did just gives reason to make comments like the above.

jennagough

What a siĺly thing to say



maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised at the amount of attention it got? do you always scorn people who are willing to admit their previous ignorance? in that case we should never learn anything because that a silly thing to do.

As this is not some kind of hospital outpatients website, lets get back to the deal.. Great product at a great price..
HEAT ADDED

jennagough

What a siĺly thing to say



how so?

1% of people are celiac.

johnnywishbone

1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are … 1 in 100 people are Coeliac where gluten free is a must. Others are avoiding gluten due to various health conditions e.g IBS.. This post will help many people. good work op and Aldi, your helping bring down the price.



gluten-free does nothing for IBS

pure pseudoscience.. a myth

ScaryStalketDude

maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised … maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised at the amount of attention it got? do you always scorn people who are willing to admit their previous ignorance? in that case we should never learn anything because that a silly thing to do.



lol, it was just a comment. people on the internet are so tetchy must be the whole anonymity thing

ScaryStalketDude

maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised … maybe they were being sarcastic. or maybe they were genuinely surprised at the amount of attention it got? do you always scorn people who are willing to admit their previous ignorance? in that case we should never learn anything because that a silly thing to do.


Bore off!

you're all wrong* there are several conditions affected by Gluten and/or Wheat . In fact any grain with a gluten like structure can affect the gut. This is why gut-disorders have soared because when wholegrains became popular the digestion systems started to get overloaded and blocked up. And this not even included the anti-nutrient factors or autoimmune disruption. Sure, on the whole maybe only 10% of the population, but thats still a lot of people who have a demand for it.
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