British grown, nutritious,
naturally gluten free pea flour, crumb and new Simpleas healthy snack range
British Produced

novofarina is a range of British grown and carefully produced nutritious gluten free flours, texturised pea protein, panko crumb and newly launched Simpleas snack range, made from peas, offering a healthy, highly versatile and superior option, particularly for those developing and making products for the gluten free and Free From sector

   

Benefits nf exercise Packed with protein and fibre

Our nutrient rich pea flour and derivative products, ideal for coeliac sufferers, those with food allergies, vegetarians, vegans and the health-conscious, are packed with plant based vegetable protein and fibre, very low in fat and high in minerals, whilst also boasting a low GI.

Free From nf freefrom Gluten, allergen and additive-free

Our gluten free flour is guaranteed to <20 ppm of gluten through the careful seed selection, farm management and production of our products. As well as being gluten free, our flours are also free from the 14 major allergens and additives and suitable for Vegans and vegetarians.

British Grown pea flour on Spoon From farm to flour

Carefully selected by our team of seed breeders, supported by dedicated crop management and the use of innovative technologies, we ensure our products are handled in the most quality sensitive, dedicated, gluten free environment.

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Yellow pea flour features in Food and Travel Mag

We are delighted to have been featured in the May edition of Food and Travel Magazine.

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UEA Marketing students project is delivered to staff at Novo Farina

We were delighted to receive a presentation by UEA Marketing MSc students this week who have been carrying out a project looking at our corporate and retail branding.

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Coeliac UK Awareness Week 9-15 May

Coeliac UK Awareness Week takes place from 9-15 May. Coeliac disease is an autoimmune disease, affecting one in a hundred people but as many as a third of people aren't diagnosed.

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