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- The UK’s first organic FODMAP-friendly accredited soup
- Can help relieve symptoms of IBS without compromising on flavour
- Organic, vegan and gluten-free, with low salt and no added sugar
- A delicious combination of Italian tomatoes and red peppers with a dash of indulgent coconut cream
- Packed with vitamin C and a great soup for everyone – regardless of diet
This Tomato & Basil Soup with Red Peppers & Miso is just like the rest of Tideford’s range: organic, vegan, gluten-free and with no added sugar. It’s a tasty option that’s good for everyone, but people living with IBS may be especially interested: it’s the first organic, FODMAP-friendly accredited soup in the UK.
IBS is a chronic condition that affects one in seven people in the UK, and FODMAPs are certain carbohydrates and sugars found in some popular foods (onions, milk and honey are some common examples) that researchers now believe are responsible for many of the uncomfortable and often debilitating symptoms of IBS.
A low-FODMAP diet can ease and relieve these symptoms, as it enables sufferers to identify which of these foods trigger their IBS. In recent clinical trials, between 60% and 75% of sufferers showed a significant improvement in their symptoms after following the low-FODMAP diet.
As Tideford Organics’ Tomato & Basil Soup with Red Peppers & Miso is certified as FODMAP-friendly, you can eat it during any stage of your IBS journey without worrying about your food lacking in flavour.
Packed with vitamin C, this soup is a delicious combination of Italian tomatoes and red peppers with a dash of indulgent coconut cream. It’s great as a quick and convenient workday lunch and perfect for cooler nights. Like the rest of Tideford’s range, it’s also organic, vegan and gluten-free, with no added sugar, making it a great soup for everyone – regardless of diet.
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