The Anonymous Widower

Waitrose’s Fish Pies

I find them very confusing and I’ve written to the company.

I am a coeliac and some of your pies have gluten and some don’t. I of course must have the gluten-free ones.

This means that when I want a fish pie, I have to turn it upside down to check. The only ones I can eat are the Fish Pie for One in, I think, the Essentials range.

Perhaps a gluten-free symbol on the front would be the best solution.

In fact your ready meals puzzle me, as some that when I cook a similar dish from scratch don’t have gluten.  But yours do!

I have been looked at rather strangely by some of your staff, as I go through all the meals looking for the gluten-free ones.

I shall be interested to see what they say.

January 16, 2013 - Posted by | Food | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] meals, is that you often have to turn them upside down to read the allergy information, as with Waitrose’s fish pies. Today though, I bought a newly-introduced meal of slow cooked venison in a red wine and onion […]

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