Branston is a British food brand best known for the Branston Pickle. In this review we will focus on Branston Baked Beans, a competitor to the number 1 brand in the world Heinz Baked Beanz.
Let’s find out if this brand of baked beans is gluten-free.
Are Branston Baked Beans Gluten-Free?
The Answer is: YES
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We can safely say that Branston Classic Baked Beans are gluten free.
According to Branston’s – source
Our classic Baked Beans are in a rich and tasty tomato sauce are low in fat, high in fibre, high in protein and also gluten free.
However, be wary of the other products which have added ingredients and flavouring. The additional ingredients may contain gluten or may have been contaminated with gluten.
Branston Baked Bean Products
- Classic Baked Beans – We can confirm that ONLY this product is free of gluten and safe for a coeliac to consume
- Reduced Sugar And Salt Baked Beans
- Baked Beans With Sausages
- Baked Beans With Large Lincolnshire Sausages
Classic Baked Beans Ingredients
Beans (51%), Tomatoes (38%), Water, Sugar, Modified Maize Starch, Reduced Sodium Sea Salt, Spirit Vinegar, Salt, Paprika, White Pepper, Spices, Flavourings.
Every 100g of Branston Baked Beans contains 85 calories. This consists of 12.5g carbs, 4.6g protein, 0.6g fat, 5.9g fibre and 0.60g salt.
For more information head over to the official website here: branstonbeans.co.uk