Free From Wheat

The free from navigation will refer you to products which do not contain the named allergen(s) in the ingredients listed. However, it does not guarantee that the products have not been contaminated by those allergens; and they may have been manufactured or stored in an environment where those allergens are present. In addition, product ingredients and place of manufacture can change. Please ensure you read all packaging and labels carefully on each occasion before consuming/using the products.



The “free from” sections will display products that are free from the specified allergen as an ingredient. Some of the products displayed however may be at risk of containing traces of the allergen due to manufacturing process. Therefore, severe allergy sufferers should select the extra checkbox “free of traces of” to eliminate the products that may contain trace amounts of the specified allergen. We also advise that you always review the actual product packaging for allergen warnings before consuming the product.



Free-From Wheat

We understand that having a wheat allergy is different to gluten intolerance, coeliac and allergies to other grains. That's why we developed a specific Free-From Wheat range, for customers who need to live a wheat-free lifestyle.


An allergy or intolerance to the food protein in wheat can make it a challenge to buy savoury foods, baked goods, snacks and home cooking ingredients.


Our extensive range of over 900 wheat-free items has been designed to make life easier. Whether you need an on-the-go snack, want to stock up the store cupboards, or need a wheat-free ingredient for tonight's meal, our Free-From wheat range will have what you're looking for (and lots more besides).


What Is In Our Free-From Wheat Range?

Browse our leading range of Free-From wheat items to discover well over 800 products ranging from everyday foods and ingredients, to treats and snacks, baked goods, health supplements and more. We stock leading brands you'll know, as well as some you’re yet to discover. Our own in-house brand offers great value for money with products you can trust.


We understand that living wheat-free means being diligent about everything you put in and on your body. You can rely on Holland & Barrett's specialist Free-From wheat range for foods, ingredients, healthcare items and bodycare products you can trust.


Just some of our wheat-free items:

  • Snacks and treats
  • Baking ingredients and baked goods
  • Everyday store cupboard items
  • Health supplements and vitamins
  • Super-foods and greens powders
  • Skincare and bodycare items

Why Use Our Free-From Wheat Range?

Living a wheat-free lifestyle should be as easy, cost-effective and simple as possible. We support your health and wellness with over 900 Free-From wheat items which have been carefully selected to give you total peace of mind. Holland & Barrett are the UK's best-loved provider of specialist Free-From products.


That's why people shop online and in-store at Holland & Barrett's massive free-from range. With nearly 900 items, there's something here for you every day.


Free-From Wheat Products

Holland & Barrett are fully committed to supporting your wheat-free lifestyle. We stock a huge range of Free-From wheat items for you to choose from, including:

  • Wheat-free snacks, bars and snack packs
  • Wheat-free baking ingredients and baked goods
  • Wheat-free cereals and breakfast foods
  • Wheat-free health supplements, vitamins and capsules

Take a look through our selection today to find the wheat-free item you need.



We have had a number of customers contact us asking about why items are featuring on the ‘Free From Nut’ page that contain Peanuts. Peanuts and Nuts are classed as 2 separate allergens and we have therefore filtered them as such. What we will do however is add in an additional filter so all customers can search by ‘Free From Nuts and Peanuts’ to make this an easier and more enjoyable shopping experience.



What are peanuts?

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) is a member of the legume (bean) family. Other members of this family include soya beans, lentils and garden peas. It is rare for a peanut allergic person to react to soya or other beans and legumes, but many peanut allergic people will also be allergic to other tree nuts, for example brazil or hazel nuts, which are genetically unrelated. Peanuts grow from the ground rather than on trees, and are sometimes referred to as ground nuts.



What are ‘nuts’?

Nuts/Tree Nuts are actually a type of seed from plants, and come from a wide variety of different botanical families such as Rosaceae (almonds), Anacardiaceae (cashews), Proteaceae (macadamia nuts) or Lecythidaceae (Brazil nuts).


The distinction between tree nut and seed is not always clear. We often think of seeds as small seeds - like sesame seed, sunflower seed, poppy seed or pumpkin seed. In fact, coconut (including the husk and inner white flesh that we eat) is also a seed, albeit a very large one! This may explain why coconut is considered to be a tree nut in USA but a seed elsewhere.



We thank you for your feedback on this issue and hope that you can see that we have taken your points seriously and making changes to improve your experience on line.

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