Amazingly they do exist and can be found with the ‘normal’ sausages. They are actually positioned, it appears to me, just as a premium meat product and not as a ‘free from’ food. And so they should be. What is cereal and or milk protein doing in any kind of sausage? It makes perfect sense to me. A quality meat product should be just that and it seems that two manufacturers have successfully persuaded the supermarkets.
Debbie & Andrew’s http://www.debbieandandrews.co.uk/
The Black Farmer http://theblackfarmer.com/
I have found their sausages beside the premium sausages in the chillers at Asda, Tesco and Sainsbury’s. They are just delicious and perfectly safe for Zac, and I imagine most people who are dairy, wheat, gluten intolerant. Of course, Zac won’t try them, as he is also deliberately ‘new food’ intolerant. I buy them anyway, the rest of the family loves them and one day, I hope, Zac will show an interest and love them too.
It is so nice to know that there are naturally ‘free from’ foods on the ‘normal’ shelves and they don’t seem to be at a particularly premium price. To be honest, I wouldn’t mind if they were, as they are a superior product and I don’t mind paying a bit extra for quality. So please try them and make sure the supermarkets get the message, we all want good quality foods that don’t have unnecessary milk and cereal junk added.