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A gluten-free diet focuses on excluding gluten from a person’s diet plan. Gluten is a mixture of proteins primarily found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and their derivates like malt. While most people are immune, people with certain health conditions can get problems with gluten. The most common gluten-related disorders include celiac disease, wheat allergy, and gluten intolerance, making it hard for your body to absorb the essential nutrients from the consumed food.

People affected by gluten avoid eating bread, flour, pasta, cakes, gravies, and biscuits. Also, beverages like beer shouldn’t be part of their diet. Staying away from these products is essential to manage signs and symptoms of medical conditions associated with gluten.

The highest amount of gluten can be found in wheat, which has been bred for centuries with the goal of exceptionally high gluten contents. This is because gluten is one of the most used ingredients for industrially processed food. For example, it is used as a stabiliser, thickener, flavour carrier, and colouring agent. Besides, it can also be part of medicine, toothpaste, or cosmetic products. That’s why it is critical to care about what you consume if you are affected by gluten.

In contrast, gluten-free diet food includes most dairy products, fresh meat, poultry, and fish. Gluten-free carbs are fruit and vegetables like potatoes, while other gluten-free foods are plain nuts, rice, and eggs. But also legumes such as plain beans can be excellent gluten-free alternatives. They are a great source of vitamins, fibre, and protein. Canned beans should be consumed with care, though, as they could contain wheat starch. Gluten-free substitutes for wheat can be corn, flax, or millet,

However, a gluten-free diet is also popular among people who haven’t been diagnosed with such a medical condition as it can be good for their bodies. It can promote weight loss and better digestive health because food containing a high amount of gluten often contains refined sugar, fat, and artificial ingredients.

What goes into a gluten-free gift hamper?

Now that you know what people affected by a gluten disorder can and can’t consume, it is time to look at the products that can go in gluten-free gift baskets

If you want to include any liquor in your alcohol gift packs, all pure distilled alcoholic beverages can be used. This includes alcohol such as gin, American whiskeys like bourbon, Scottish whisky, wine, or champagne from Moet. One category to steer clear of is beer because it is typically produced from malted barley and, therefore, not gluten-free. If you want to gift alcohol-free products, choose whole bean coffee, natural cocoa, pure fruit juices, or unflavoured tea.

But as foodies, we also know that gourmet food inspires connection. While it is harder to find gluten-free food, there are still enough options to choose from. Unflavoured nuts such as peanuts and almonds and dried gluten-free fruits are great snack ideas to include in a gift hamper. There are also indulging options such as potato chips with sour cream or BBQ flavour, pure chocolate, and ice cream. Although not all of these treats are always gluten-free due to possible cross-contamination, quick internet research will tell you which products and brands you can add to your hamper. Moreover, be aware that not all options are suitable if your recipient follows a vegan diet as well. 

Where can I get gluten-free gift hampers near me?

Although it is becoming easier to find a luxury gift hamper for people with dietary requirements, the options and availability of beautiful hampers are far from ideal. Yet, more and more brands create hampers for their retail business with the intent to craft something unique. Nonetheless, we can imagine that you want to buy a gift hamper that is beautifully decorated and doesn’t look like an ad-hoc purchase. That’s why you probably will have to look around for some time to find the perfect gift. However, we don’t think that you should wander around aimlessly in shopping centres and believe in having the ideal solution for you.

At Gourmet Basket, we have pre-built gluten-free gift hampers that are waiting to be sent to a special someone. We dedicated ourselves to creating innovative, delicious, and memorable gifts that make people feel cherished. We always hand-select our products to ensure that they pair beautifully with the food and beverages choices we offer in our online store. However, you are more than welcome to create your gluten-free gift basket. And we will be happy to send your order across Australia for you. From Brisbane to Melbourne to Sydney, we have sent more than 100,000 gifts since 1998. 

Moreover, we have a solution for those who want to gift their gluten-free hamper in-person to see the loved one’s reaction eye to eye. We offer a Click & Collect system in cooperation with our Gourmet Basket warehouse in Belrose in Sydney. So if you live nearby or want to make sure you have your gift hamper on time, please use that special service. It works as follows: You order your gift basket from us online buy chose Click & Collect at the checkout page. From there, you can come by and see our Gift Concierge at the warehouse, who will hand over your ordered gluten-free gift hamper.

Gluten-free Hampers

A gluten-free diet focuses on excluding gluten from a person’s diet plan. Gluten is a mixture of proteins primarily found in grains such as wheat, barley, rye, and their derivates like malt. While most people are immune, people with certain health conditions can get problems with gluten. The most common gluten-related disorders include celiac disease, wheat allergy, and gluten intolerance, making it hard for your body to absorb the essential nutrients from the consumed food.

People affected by gluten avoid eating bread, flour, pasta, cakes, gravies, and biscuits. Also, beverages like beer shouldn’t be part of their diet. Staying away from these products is essential to manage signs and symptoms of medical conditions associated with gluten.

The highest amount of gluten can be found in wheat, which has been bred for centuries with the goal of exceptionally high gluten contents. This is because gluten is one of the most used ingredients for industrially processed food. For example, it is used as a stabiliser, thickener, flavour carrier, and colouring agent. Besides, it can also be part of medicine, toothpaste, or cosmetic products. That’s why it is critical to care about what you consume if you are affected by gluten.

In contrast, gluten-free diet food includes most dairy products, fresh meat, poultry, and fish. Gluten-free carbs are fruit and vegetables like potatoes, while other gluten-free foods are plain nuts, rice, and eggs. But also legumes such as plain beans can be excellent gluten-free alternatives. They are a great source of vitamins, fibre, and protein. Canned beans should be consumed with care, though, as they could contain wheat starch. Gluten-free substitutes for wheat can be corn, flax, or millet,

However, a gluten-free diet is also popular among people who haven’t been diagnosed with such a medical condition as it can be good for their bodies. It can promote weight loss and better digestive health because food containing a high amount of gluten often contains refined sugar, fat, and artificial ingredients.

What goes into a gluten-free gift hamper?

Now that you know what people affected by a gluten disorder can and can’t consume, it is time to look at the products that can go in gluten-free gift baskets

If you want to include any liquor in your alcohol gift packs, all pure distilled alcoholic beverages can be used. This includes alcohol such as gin, American whiskeys like bourbon, Scottish whisky, wine, or champagne from Moet. One category to steer clear of is beer because it is typically produced from malted barley and, therefore, not gluten-free. If you want to gift alcohol-free products, choose whole bean coffee, natural cocoa, pure fruit juices, or unflavoured tea.

But as foodies, we also know that gourmet food inspires connection. While it is harder to find gluten-free food, there are still enough options to choose from. Unflavoured nuts such as peanuts and almonds and dried gluten-free fruits are great snack ideas to include in a gift hamper. There are also indulging options such as potato chips with sour cream or BBQ flavour, pure chocolate, and ice cream. Although not all of these treats are always gluten-free due to possible cross-contamination, quick internet research will tell you which products and brands you can add to your hamper. Moreover, be aware that not all options are suitable if your recipient follows a vegan diet as well. 

Where can I get gluten-free gift hampers near me?

Although it is becoming easier to find a luxury gift hamper for people with dietary requirements, the options and availability of beautiful hampers are far from ideal. Yet, more and more brands create hampers for their retail business with the intent to craft something unique. Nonetheless, we can imagine that you want to buy a gift hamper that is beautifully decorated and doesn’t look like an ad-hoc purchase. That’s why you probably will have to look around for some time to find the perfect gift. However, we don’t think that you should wander around aimlessly in shopping centres and believe in having the ideal solution for you.

At Gourmet Basket, we have pre-built gluten-free gift hampers that are waiting to be sent to a special someone. We dedicated ourselves to creating innovative, delicious, and memorable gifts that make people feel cherished. We always hand-select our products to ensure that they pair beautifully with the food and beverages choices we offer in our online store. However, you are more than welcome to create your gluten-free gift basket. And we will be happy to send your order across Australia for you. From Brisbane to Melbourne to Sydney, we have sent more than 100,000 gifts since 1998. 

Moreover, we have a solution for those who want to gift their gluten-free hamper in-person to see the loved one’s reaction eye to eye. We offer a Click & Collect system in cooperation with our Gourmet Basket warehouse in Belrose in Sydney. So if you live nearby or want to make sure you have your gift hamper on time, please use that special service. It works as follows: You order your gift basket from us online buy chose Click & Collect at the checkout page. From there, you can come by and see our Gift Concierge at the warehouse, who will hand over your ordered gluten-free gift hamper.

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