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Rigoni Di Asiago Gluten Free Jams and Honey

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October is Celiac disease awareness month and if you truly suffer from gluten allergies you know the pain and suffering that comes with this condition. Finding gluten-free and natural products used to be virtually impossible unless you shopped and prepared only fresh meats, fruits and some veggies. Now you can get gluten free products from cereal to honey. Rigoni di Asiago has jams, spreads and honeys that are all gluten free and all natural.

  1. Fiordifrutta Jams: Prepared with perfectly ripened organic fruit, Fiordifrutta is a unique, light jam (no citric acid, no additives). It simply contains fruit sweetened with organic apple juice, providing a completely natural, healthy, low-calorie spread.
  2. Mielbio Raw Honey: Italian honey from Wildflower to Acacia, Orange Blossom, Lime, Pine and many others. The new creamier texture is smooth and easy to spread with an even richer flavor.
  3. Dolcedì’ Organic Sweetener: Can be used any way you would use traditional table sugar or honey. Its neutral flavor enhances the taste of food and drinks without altering them. Dolcedì’ is also highly soluble in both cold and hot drinks and can be enjoyed with pancakes, on yogurt, in fruit salad, and in baking.


Rigoni di Asiago products have been natural from day one- nearly 100 years ago. Since 1992 they have carried the Certified Organic label with pride. My husband and boys love the chocolate hazelnut spreads, but I don’t like the ingredients in those jars of popular spreads. Rigoni di Asiago has Nocciolata Organic Hazelnut Spread with Cocoa & Milk is organic, non-GMO, Kosher certified, and gluten free. Just another product made pure with pride in the organic ingredients our food should have.

The benefits of honey is so great if it is cold pressed in its process. We tried the Mielbio Acacia Italian Honey and its is rich and delicious as it should be. I love honey and I know many people feel like there is no real taste difference from one brand to another. I know that there indeed is a difference. It takes special care in the processing of honey. Not every brand pays the right attention to proper processing from the bee to canning. This honey is made right because I can taste it.


Visit Rigino di Asiago online and see all the products that you can eat if you are looking for gluten free foods for your diet. In my area I can find this brand at Haggens and Whole Foods. You can also order on Amazon and it is a prime qualifier  for free and fast shipping.

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I do love honey and can taste the difference–generally the taste varies by region and flowers used. I have never heard of gluten free honey. I am not a celiac so do not worry about gluten in my diet. I am going to have to look this up but for some reason I didn’t think honey was anything but gluten free.

Rebecca A Swenor

Mielbio honey and Fiordifrutta jam are both something I would love to try. My son is gluten free and I know he would love these sweet goods. Thanks for sharing the items.