To go on a dairy free diet, be it for health reasons or by personal choice, means to exclude all dairy products from your daily diet. Discovering you are intolerant or allergic to dairy products may seem difficult to start with but we hope our selection of products will help you to tackle this challenge. In fact, many people go on to find that going dairy free actually improves their quality of life anyway as milk and lactose products are linked to a variety of physical symptoms including Fatigue.
Yes! Butter is made from the milk of mammals and is therefore a dairy product.
No! A milk or dairy allergy is not the same as lactose intolerance.
Why not take a look for yourself on our Dairy Free Snacks webpage.
A dairy free diet encourages healthy weight by reducing your overall calorie intake - most dairy foods are acidic and high in salt, sugar & saturated fats.