Why are there no heating instructions on your product?
We do not include heating instructions on our gluten-free breads and baked goods because we do not always sell our products in the freezer. Our products can stay in ambient temperatures for up to 7 days and in the refrigerator for 21 days. If you choose to store your products in the freezer you can heat them in the oven at 350 degrees fahrenheit for 5-7 minutes or in the microwave for 15-30 seconds depending on your settings. Another option for the breads is to put them straight into the toaster. When re-heating in the oven or microwave you may want to sprinkle a few drops of water on the product to help the product retain moisture.
Where is my shipment?
Please call us at (201) 421-3970.
What certifications do you hold?
All Udi’s Gluten Free Foods are certified gluten free and most are certified kosher.
The certifying organizations are:
We have also met the requirements set by the Whole Grain Council which allows up to place the Whole Grain Council stamp on our packaging.
Inquiries for demos and product donations ?
Please call us at (201) 421-3970.
Will you ever remove eggs from your products?
Although we realize that there are vegan egg replacements available, our certified master baker does not have plans to replace the eggs used in our baking process at this time. Our recipe is a proprietary recipe and the eggs serve as an important component to the baking process. With this said, please know that our product development team is quite aware of egg allergies and we receive many requests to eliminate this item. In the meantime enjoy our egg-free and gluten-free granolas found at our online store.
How do I heat up my cinnamon rolls?
For best results refresh cinnamon rolls in a 375 degree oven for 5-7 minutes or in the microwave for 15-20 seconds.
Do you sell your products in Canada?
We have expanded into the Canadian market over the last few years and are adding stores to our Store Locator regularly. I encourage you to check our site using your postal code to see if you can purchase locally http://udisglutenfree.com/store-locator/ . We are always looking for suggestions for new store locations to approach and would appreciate you sharing with us here.
How can I get my local store to carry Udi’s Gluten Free Foods?
Your local stores love to hear your suggestions. It is always best to speak with the person in charge of the bakery department or the store manager/owner. If you need additional resources please see this PDF
How should I store Udi’s Gluten Free Foods and Granola?
Our gluten-free baked goods are unique in the sense that they stay fresh on your counter for up to seven days. If you do not plan on eating your product in seven days or less then the proper shelf life for baked goods is as follows: 180 days frozen, 21 days refrigerated and 7 days ambient. Our gluten-free granola has a shelf life of 180 days.
Where can I find Udi’s Gluten Free products near me?
Please visit Store Locator and enter your zip code to find a location near you.
Do your baked goods contain nuts?
Our baked goods are completely nut free and made in dedicated nut free (tree nut & peanut free) facilities. Some of our granola products do contain nuts, however these are made in completely separate plants from the rest of our gluten free baked goods. Additionally, our three new cookie varieties (Peanut Butter Coconut, Maple Pecan Chocolate Chip and Salted Caramel Cashew) are also made in a separate bakery. Please check out our product catalog for the list of ingredients in each of our products.
Do your products contain GMOs?
We appreciate your concern about the ingredients in Udi’s products and we want you to know the facts. We test all of Udi’s breads and baked goods on a regular basis using a leading independent GMO testing services provider. These tests consistently confirm that our breads, untopped pizza crusts and dough, and other baked products do not contain GMO’s. In addition to product testing, we continue to work with groups like the Non-GMO Project on certification. So far, Udi’s granola bars & granola clusters are some of the items that have earned Non-GMO Project certification. We are committed to continuing to identify and use verified non-GMO ingredients in our products when feasible.