FAQ

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All Orgran products are gluten free, wheat free, egg free, dairy free, yeast free, nut free, GMO Free & vegan
Which products are suitable for a low FODMAPs diet?2019-03-18T15:26:14+10:00

The low FODMAPS diet is individual to every person’s needs. The vast majority of ORGRAN products will be suitable for you. To help, there are products labelled with the Tummy Friendly logo and are free from Onion, Garlic, Fructose and Pea flour. Products featuring the Tummy Friendly logo are suitable for most people on a low FODMAP diet. For all other products, it will depend on your specific circumstances so you should consult your dietitian.

Are all ORGRAN products free from Soy?2016-08-11T16:18:48+10:00

All Orgran products are produced in our dedicated Soy Free facility, with the exception of Molasses Licorice, which is made in a separate facility.

Are any ORGRAN products not produced in your dedicated free from facility?2016-08-11T16:26:17+10:00

Only 2 ORGRAN products are produced in a separate facility, which are the Molasses Licorice and Canned Spaghetti. Please see the packaging details for specific allergy friendly details of these products.

How much egg replacer do you need to make one egg?2019-03-18T15:26:14+10:00

For one whole egg, add 1 teaspoon of Orgran No Eggto 2 tablespoons of water. In place of egg whites, add 2 teaspoons of Orgran No Eggwith 1 tablespoon of water. (If recipe calls for stiffly beaten egg whites, mix Orgran No Eggand water until stiff)

What can you do or not do with Orgran No Egg™ (Egg Replacer)?2016-08-03T16:30:01+10:00

Egg Replacer is mainly used  when baking from scratch and is ideal for cakes, biscuits, pie fillings etc.  It can also be used in some of the ORGRAN premixes where indicated. Since there are no eggs or egg derivatives, it CANNOT be scrambled or hardboiled.  Click here for free recipes using Orgran No Egg.

How do I use Orgran GfG™  – Gluten Substitute?2016-08-03T16:27:21+10:00

In general, you would use 1 part GfGto 5 parts gluten free flour, however less or more can be used depending on the recipe. Orgran GfGdoes not need to be added to Orgran gluten free flour as it already contains the necessary component.

For some fantastic free recipes using Orgran GfG, click here

What is Orgran GfG™ – Gluten Substitute?2016-08-03T16:26:20+10:00

In simple terms, GfG is similar to adding gluten to your flours and is a superior replacement to xanthan gum, which has traditionally been used as a binder in gluten free flour recipes. It is made from 100% natural plant derived ingredients. GfG works much in the same way as gluten and actually mimics gluten in order to provide a similar workability and resilience in baking and cooking.

What is the difference between ‘Best Before’ and ‘Use By’?2016-08-03T16:09:45+10:00

‘Best Before’ is the recommended shelf life of the product; it indicates when the product should be eaten by to ensure it is fresh. ‘Use By’ means it must be eaten on or by that date for product safety reasons. Please visit the FSANZ (Food Standards Australia & New Zealand) website on www.foodstandards.gov.au for further information.

Where can I buy ORGRAN products?2016-08-11T16:28:42+10:00

Selected ORGRAN products are available in Coles, Woolworths and IGA stores. You can also find ORGRAN products in selected independent supermarkets and health food stores.

For domestic and international markets, email info@orgran.com with your location details and we can put you in touch with your nearest stockist.

Are any Orgran products genetically modified?2016-08-03T16:08:24+10:00

Orgran products are GMO free. We audit existing and new ingredients suppliers on an ongoing basis.

Do you use preservatives in your food?2016-08-03T16:08:05+10:00

Orgran products do not have any added artificial colours, flavours or preservatives.

Where does the Monodiglyceride used in some of your products come from?2019-03-18T15:26:15+10:00

Orgran specifically uses Vegetable derived monodiglycerides and NOT animal derived.  Monodiglyceride is an emulsifier used  in a wide range of foods.

What is Glucono delta lactone?2016-08-03T16:07:13+10:00

Glucono delta-lactone (GDL) is a naturally-occurring food additive found in grapes and honey. It is used as an acidifier or a curing, pickling or leavening agent. GDL does not contain lactose or gluten and is derived from rice.

What is Carboxymethylcellulose?2019-03-18T15:26:15+10:00

Carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) is a vegetable derived thickener and stabilizer for foods. It is a white powder in pure form and dissolves in cold water, forming a clear viscous solution or gel.

Are there any nuts in your products?2016-08-03T16:06:11+10:00

The vast majority of ORGRAN products are made in our dedicated facility which is a nut free environment, but there are some products made outside of this facility which may contain traces of nuts and this will be stipulated on the back of the packaging. We do, however, have a very comprehensive range of products that are nut free. If you would like a list of nut free products, please Click here to contact us.

Do any of your products contain MSG?2016-08-03T16:05:01+10:00

Although some foods, such as tomato, have naturally occurring MSG, there is NO MSG added to any of the ORGRAN products.

Are any of your products Kosher certified?2016-08-03T16:04:32+10:00

Yes, many Orgran products are Kosher Certified and we include the kosher symbol on the front of our product packaging to help customers recognise kosher products. If you would like a list of Orgran’s Kosher products please contact our technical department via the contact us form.

Do any Orgran products have, gluten, wheat, dairy, egg or yeast?2016-08-03T16:02:58+10:00

All Orgran products are Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Dairy Free, Egg Free & Yeast Free