Frequently Asked Questions About GF Oats
Are these oats gluten free?
These are the same oats sold and labelled as gluten-free in the USA, Canada, UK and parts of Europe. However, we have our latest Gluten-Free Test results displayed under the Compliance Tab with corresponding batch numbers to show you that these oats are tested to <3ppm.
Why aren’t these oats labelled gluten free oats?
Due to restrictions in the current Australian labelling laws, we are unable to make a claim on packaging that any product containing oats are gluten-free. However, we have our latest Gluten-Free Test results displayed under the Compliance Tab with corresponding batch numbers to show you that these oats are tested to <3ppm.
Aren’t oats naturally gluten free?
Oats are generally contaminated at the farm level as farmers grow other gluten-containing grains and then use the same machinery in their processing, storing or carting. Please refer to the statement released by the Coeliac Society.
Are these oats safe for Coeliacs?
These oats are grown and produced by the Smith family in Wyoming who are a family of Coeliacs, so the understand the disease, its complications and the need for a pure uncontaminated oats products that customers can trust… Please read more
Where are these oats grown and why can’t we grow them in Australia?
Read our blog on this HERE.
How do you test the oats to ensure they are free from the gluten found in wheat, rye and barley?
Great question, I did a whole blog on this. You can read it here…
What is the difference between Organic and Traditional Oats?
Great question, I did a blog on this topic. You can read it here…
What does low-gluten mean?
Great question, I tackled this question in a blog recently. You can read it here…