On September 11th when the Broncos and the Chargers face-off, the official Mile High Stadium concessions vendor is offering fans several gluten-free vegan bread options from Gluten Free Things, in concessions sprinkled throughout the stadium. This is great news for those who follow a gluten-free or vegan (anti-glyphosate) lifestyle!
If you’re not venturing out, but staying home to watch the first season game, or any sports gatherings, visit our online store at https://shop.glutenfreethings.com to make sure you order the premium quality Gluten Free Things brand hoagies, hamburger buns, hotdog buns, pitas, pizza crust or any other of our gluten-free vegan bread products we bake in our Arvada, CO dedicated gluten-free bakery. We’re #celiacsafe, #dairyfree, #eggfree, #cornfree, #soyfree.
Get 20% off of any bread product by using code: GFTFOOTBALL20
Code expires: September 11, 2017
While we’re talking food vendors, did you know Gluten Free Things supplies Sysco Denver with our premium quality gluten-free vegan bread products? Now more easily than ever, your favorite restaurants, food trucks, cafes and traditional bakeries can begin to transition toward offering an option. Food vendors across the Denver Metro area can easily offer gluten-free options for their consumer base just by ordering through their regular Sysco food service rep. It’s an effective way to introduce a new revenue stream to any food business.
FIND OUT ABOUT OTHER FOOD VENDORS OFFERING GLUTEN FREE THINGS BREAD PRODUCTS!
We’ve just recently added a new snazzy map location tool on our website to provide locations where you can order foods, from Italian restaurants, to pizza joints, food trucks and sub shops. Most of our commercial customers are concentrated in the Denver Metro region – since our dedicated bakery is in Arvada, CO. But we’ve got customers as far away as the Carolinas and Idaho. Find out if you favorite food business is carrying the premium taste of Gluten Free Things!
Just enter your zipcode below to search for a location near you!
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