Our customers enjoy our meals with confidence and they love the quality and flavours we create. Many reach out to share the health benefits they enjoy as a result of shifting to We Feed You. 

As V. Emerton from NSW says "We Feed You has changed my life... No more acid reflux or arthritis pain, your meals are healthy, delicious and sooo good. I can honestly say your food and company is the best on the market."

V. Chan a wrote to say "So happy with all my We Feed You meals. They are consistently delicious and nutritious with perfectly sized portions. It's incredible how they are cooked to perfection straight out of the freezer... WFY is no-fuss, great value and never disappoints."

People who are sensitive or intolerant to gluten may experience tiredness, bloating, diarrhoea, gassiness, constipation, abdominal pain, weight gain or loss, heartburn, nausea and more. No one wants that!!  Some people report feeling better after they go gluten free, not just because they are coeliac, they just want to give their body a break from gluten. People have said they feel less tired, more energetic and less bloated on a gluten free diet.


For others, gluten does not affect them at all and eating our gluten free meals is still a perfectly nutritious and healthy choice. We don’t think of it as providing ‘special’ meals, and we don’t have anything against gluten.  It’s just the way we cook to support those who are intolerant to gluten. We’re big on fresh, simple ingredients, cooked to retain their texture and flavour.  The result: tasty, nutritious and gluten free meals that will make you feel fantastic.

For example, our popular Middle Eastern Beef meals is packed with wholefood ingredients and flavour without gluten. This includes beef, green beans, rice, fennel, carrot, red capsicum, tomato paste, baby spinach, goats cheese, lemon juice, pine nuts, parsley, ground coriander, olive oil, sweet paprika, cinnamon, salt, sumac, cumin, chilli flakes and mint. 

Just a reminder, all our meals are gluten free so enjoy with confidence!

If you think you may have an issue related to gluten in your diet, we strongly recommend consulting your doctor or a dietitian.