Johnson’s Dietary Provisions is now online with a wide range of gluten free products from different manufacturers available.

Very sensibly, they indicate which products are wheat-free, egg-free, suitable for vegetarians and so on (about 13 different options). There is a bricks-and-mortar shop too, and the business is run by a coeliac. The site includes helpful information about coeliac disease, and links to a variety of local farmer’s markets and food fairs.

This may well prove a very useful service. And another one from Sussex! (I posted about a ready meals service in Sussex yesterday). Is there something in the water, or are they just an entrepreneurial set of coeliacs down there?