Our commitment to you

It is important to us here at GK Gluten Free Foods that we provide Australian consumers with oats that are free from the contamination of the gluten found in wheat, rye or barley. “Oats they can trust.” Great lengths are taken from the time the seed is sown at GF Harvest in the USA, our dedicated suppliers, to the packaging of the products here in Australia. All processing is done at Endeavour Industries in Gluten-Free facilities.

Australian Labelling Laws

Each batch of oats that comes into Australia is accompanied by certification documents. However, GK Gluten Free Foods sends samples to Symbio in Brisbane, which is an independent testing facility. We test each batch for gluten contamination so that each batch is uncontaminated. The gluten from Symbio is reported as <3ppm as this is the level of quantification for their testing. They use the R-biopharma test kit for gluten, which uses an antigen-antibody reaction to determine gluten levels.  <3ppm effectively equates to ‘0’ or nil gluten detected. Updates to the labelling law in 2015 now allow us to label this product “Low Gluten”. Low Gluten simply means <20ppm which still doesn’t represent the purity of our product.

Latest Test Results - October 2021 / January 2022

Contamination Testing for Traditional & Organic Gloriously Free Uncontaminated Oats, and Organic Oat Flour & Aussie Oats

<3ppm = Nil Gluten Detected

Best Before Dates :
Traditional – 30/06/2023
Organic – 31/07/2023
Organic Oat Flour – 31/10/2022
Aussie Oats – 27/10/2022

View our older test results

  • Total Plate Count              <50,000 MPN/g
  • Yeast & Mold                     <500 CFU/g
  • Coliforms                           <100 MPN/g
  • E.Coli                                   <10 CFUY/g
  • Salmonella spp                 Negative
  • Vomitoxin                           <1 ppm
  • Alfatoxin                             <20 ppb
  • Ochratoxin                         <20 ppb
Arsenic (A) – Test Method ESM02 – Unit mg/kg = 0.029
Lead (pb) – Test Method ESM02 – Unit mg/kg = <0.01
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