Shiloh Farms’ New Gluten-Free Line!


Here at Shiloh Farms, we are extremely happy to introduce our brand new line of more than 30 certified gluten-free products, ranging from lentils to flour, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, coconut sugar, and allergen-free chocolate chips. Of these new products, many are also certified organic and kosher.

In the fall of 2011, Shiloh Farms partnered with the Susquehanna Association for the Blind and Vision Impaired (SABVI) and Nuts About Granola (NAG) to convert a donated 19,000 square-foot manufacturing plant into a certified organic food production facility with an isolated and dedicated gluten-free space.  Since then, the brand has been committed to bringing its certified gluten-free products to market.  Those products range from lentils, to flour, dried fruit, nuts, seeds, coconut sugar, and allergen-free chocolate chips.

With more people being diagnosed with celiac disease and gluten-intolerances every day, people are eager to find better and more varied options that not only provide much-needed nutrients but also taste good. Shiloh Farms’ gluten-free products make gluten-free cooking and baking easier and safer by providing dependable products from a trusted source of pure, wholesome food.

To browse out exciting new selection, or to get ingredients for our delicious gluten-free recipe below, please visit us online.

Gluten- Free Chocolate Chip Cookies

Instructions:
Preheat oven to 350°

Mix dry ingredients together in a large bowl.

In a separate bowl, whisk wet ingredients well.  Pour over the dry ingredients and stir until combined into a dough.

Drop by the spoonful onto parchment paper and bake for 10 -12 minutes, until edges are golden brown.

Enjoy!

2 thoughts on “Shiloh Farms’ New Gluten-Free Line!

  1. I have tried to contact Shiloh Farms twice by phone and once by email but other than the first response to ask my question, no one has followed up. I am a frequent shopper of your products but my son has had problems eating your sprouted four. I would like more information on how you make it to figure out why he can eat Ezekiel Food for LIfe Bread but not your sprouted wheat flour. Also, when we lived out of the country, I sprouted our own and he was fine with that. All I want is to brain storm with someone who knows the process so I can figure out how to proceed with his diet.
    Hoping to hear from someone…

    • Hi Patti!
      We are sorry to hear that you had some trouble reaching us. We are going to contact customer service to get a status on your information request. Thank you for your interest in Shiloh Farms!

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