Managing special dietary requirements

Tuesday, 25 August, 2020

A growing number of Australians (1 in 5) have special dietary requirements and the reasons vary from serious food intolerances, allergies, other medical reasons to lifestyle choices and more. For food service operators, it’s becoming increasingly important to be aware of these dietary needs and understand the ingredients that can cater to this population.

 

 

Managing dietary restrictions

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Nestle Professional Product Catalogue

 

A gluten-free diet (according to Coeliac Australia) is the only medical treatment for coeliac disease. Removing gluten from the diet enables your gut to heal and your symptoms to improve. Click below to find out more

  Nestle Professional Gluten Free  


Food allergies occur when the human immune system reacts to allergens that are generally harmless to other people. Common food allergies are caused by peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, sesame seeds, fish and shellfish, soy, lupin and wheat. Click below to find out more

Nestle Professional Allergen Free

Vegan, vegetarian and plant-based lifestyles are increasingly being adopted for a number of reasons by people who concious about sustainability, clean-eating and freshness of ingredients. Learn more about these trends and how to cater to these lifestyles

 Nestle Professional Vegan Vegetarian Plant-based