Cybele's Free to Eat
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Cybele’s Free to Eat crafts both pasta and cookies with everyone in mind. Their products are free of the top eight most common food allergens, so as many people as possible can enjoy what they have to offer.
The History of Cybele’s Free To Eat
Cybele’s Free To Eat was founded by Cybele Pascal, a professional chef whose world was turned upside down when her son was diagnosed with multiple serious food allergies. Eager to find and create great-tasting food that she could still feed to everyone in her family, Pascal began to experiment in the kitchen. Eventually, she published two cookbooks of allergen-free meals and became a major advocate for the food allergy community.
Cybele’s Free To Eat represents the next step in Pascal’s push to create delicious food that’s accessible to people like her son. Today, it sells an array of cookies and pasta that are free of all the most common food allergens out there.
Cybele’s Free To Eat Company Mission
Cybele’s Free To Eat is dedicated to bringing its customers the very best in allergen-free food. Its products will never have any of the top eight most common food allergens: dairy, eggs, wheat, soy, peanuts, tree nuts, fish or shellfish. As a result, everything that it sells is also gluten-free and vegan. Production takes place in a dedicated allergy-friendly facility to ensure maximum safety.
Cybele’s Free To Eat believes that people with serious food allergies shouldn’t have to compromise when it comes to eating healthy, delicious food.
Benefits of Cybele’s Free To Eat
Pasta and cookies just like the real ones, only better, thanks to:
- Pasta made free nutrient-dense superfoods and other vegetables
- Allergen-free production at every step of the process
- Free of any GMOs and preservatives
Top Cybele’s Free To Eat Products
Each variety of Cybele’s Free To Eat pasta is created with a different blend of vegetables. Discover your favorite on Thrive Market.
Superfood Green Rotini Pasta
The Green Superfood variety comes packed with 25 grams of protein per serving, thanks to mix that includes vegetables like lentil, kale, spinach, and broccoli. Take pasta night in a new direction that welcomes anyone who’s allergic to dairy, eggs or wheat.
Superfood White Rotini Pasta
While this pasta may look like more traditional, wheat-based varieties, it has a blend that’s all its own, with lentil, cauliflower, and parsnip. Try with your favorite pasta sauce or in a casserole.
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Symptoms and Solutions for 14 Common Food Allergies
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