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Bag a 1kg sample of Whitley’s Pulse Gluten Free Batter Flour

                                              

Following its success at the 2018 CCM Chef’s Own-Brand Awards, where Whitley’s Pulse Gluten Free Batter Flour scooped the Gluten Free award, 10 lucky customers are being offered the opportunity to win a 1kg bag.


Entering the competition is simple, if you are already serving gluten free dishes all you need to do is check that your shop is registered on Friars Pride’s Gluten Free Map or register now. If you don’t serve gluten free yet then add a comment on the company’s Facebook post saying why you’d like to start. Then just comment on the Facebook competition post with your shop name and postcode.

As well as winning a 1kg trial bag of gluten free batter, the 10 lucky shops will also earn free promotion of their gluten free menu and serving days.

Entries will close at midnight on Sunday 17th August and the lucky 10 winners will be announced on Monday 18th August.

Whitley’s Gluten Free Pulse Flour will be exhibiting at FRY I.T. 2019 in Exeter on Sunday 17th March so you will be able to taste, trial and talk all things gluten free batter.

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