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              Naturally Good Food

              Dairy Free

              Dairy-free from Naturally Good Food

              Dairy Free Milk in cartons

              Dairy-free alternatives from Naturally Good Food

              Chocolate and Milk alternatives so you don't miss out on taste


              Non-dairy diet implications

              If you don't have conventional milk as part of your diet, don't panic: you don't need milk to remain healthy. (Indeed, man has only comparatively recently started to drink dairy milk, and many cultures don't have dairy as part of their diet.)

              However, you may need to check that your diet contains enough of the following:

              • Calcium  
              • Vitamin D 

              Non-dairy lines from Naturally Good Food

              As we mostly sell wholefoods, the vast majority of the lines we stock are naturally dairy-free. This section is dedicated to those items that usually contain dairy, but in this case do not. Many of our products are labelled as 'dairy-free' where we feel it is appropriate to do so.

              If you have any questions, we are always happy to answer them, either by phone or email.

              Items not included in this section that you may also find of interest include:


              If you are looking for Alpro products, bear in mind that as an independent retailer, we list the lines as 'Provamel' (Alpro is a brand reserved for supermarkets).

              The move to a dairy-free diet

              If you have become vegan, or just want to take dairy out of your diet, it is not too difficult: it just takes some research, a level of creativity, an amount of dedication and a dairy-free supplier you can trust (us!).


              • To start with, changing dairy-laden treats, and snacks such as milk chocolate, is a relatively easy step. Try the 'Moo Free Range' to begin with.
              • As you become more comfortable, try cooking the odd meal using no dairy (before you start, look at the ingredients list for your favourite products: you may be surprised how many contain hidden dairy).
              • Once you're happy cooking individual non-dairy meals, look at planning a weekly menu.
              • Put your dairy-free diet plan into action for a week.

              After that week, you can consider that you are on a dairy-free diet!

              News on Dairy-free from Naturally Good Food

              Hints and Tips

              Non-dairy hints and tips

              Some hints and tips on living a dairy-free life.


              At Naturally Good Food we look to offer the best wholefoods
              and free-from foods to match your larder and your purse.

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