The Anonymous Widower

Gluten-Free Spring Rolls In Summer

I picked up these gluten-free spring rolls in Marks and Spencer today.

I know it’s now Summer, but enjoy!

July 1, 2019 - Posted by | Food |

3 Comments »

  1. Let us know if they are any good as so often g/f pastry etc isn’t as good as the normal.

    Comment by mauricegreed | July 1, 2019 | Reply

  2. I really need to get to M&S more often. Cant wait til Waitrose start delivering M&S.

    Comment by Liz P | July 1, 2019 | Reply

    • You mean Ocado! I have a feeling that M & S’s computer system doesn’t work out what to order well. Product availability and not for just gluten-free prosucts, can be very patchy. I think they concentrate too much on not having unsold product in the srores. Cnsequently, it is very difficult to get new products available for the public. I find that stores in the City of London seem to have a better food range, than those outside. My normal food shop tends to be Moorgate, which is not as big as Oxford Street, Westfield or Eastfield, but it seems to have the products I want. You should check out an M & S food store in Manchester’s business area! Last time I was in Manchester, I topped up my snacks at one near the Museum if Science and Technology, which seemed vetter than most in the North. It seems that the better food stores follow the money! I also feel that some of their gluten-free products are geared for two, which means I never buy them. But on the other hand, I’ve never had any problem with any product, like say cooked meat, that doesn’t list gluten as an ingredient. I’ve also yet to find an Indian ready-meal, I can’t eat. If only other stores did allergies as well!

      Comment by AnonW | July 2, 2019 | Reply


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