Sue's Gluten Free

Dayboro

Sue's Gluten Free health food shop provides a wide range of 100% gluten free products, catering especially to customers with coeliac disease or any form of gluten intolerance, located in Dayboro's Old Butter Factory.

Wherever possible, they source locally grown and Australian made products. Sue's Gluten Free range includes pre-cooked meals (spring rolls, satay chicken, beef pies), grocery items and ingredients which are available both in store or online. The shelves are filled with specialty items including home made cakes, biscuits and treats.

Sue's Gluten Free Dayboro

Sue's Gluten Free also stock difficult to find products such as chestnut flour, cake mixes, tasty marinades, artisan made pastas and breakfast cereals (quinoa, millet and amaranth).

Sue's Gluten Free Dayboro

In a nutshell - Gluten free specialty shop selling a wide range of meals, products and ingredients.

Sue's Gluten Free Dayboro

Need to know - Parking available along Williams Street or onsite at The Old Butter Factory.

By Lucy Hordern

Sue's Gluten Free

38 Williams St

Dayboro

Opening hours

0415 446 085

Map

38 Williams St Dayboro

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