We are pleased to announce that our capital got its very first gluten free bakery. GlutenNo is a small entreprise, first gluten free kitchen in Belgrade, founded by the Prostran family and created with the idea to provide gluten free products to celiac people with gluten intolerance and certainly to give a chance to all others who are interested in healthy eating habit.
The idea came straight from the owner of the company who came down with serious health issues caused due to gluten intolerance unawares at the beginning. Facing ignorance, expensive products and a very poor offer, he was forced to start with small home production of gluten free products and constant experiments. Producers use rice, corn, buck wheat and millet flour as a base of products, combined with other gluten free groceries. We would like to remind you that the most famous advocate of Gluten-free diet is world No.1 tennis player Novak Djokovic. Which basically means that you can eat pizza Cappriciosa or Vesuvio or one of those tasty sandwiches and stay as fit as Novak. Tennis player once noted how this gluten-free diet helped him a lot on his way to success because it made him feel lighter and fresher.
You can go to GluteNo in Belvil and buy products there or order by phone. GluteNo offers homemade gluten-free bread, pizza and sandwich. But, also fresh gluten-free cookies and muffins with lemonade. Combining cutting-edge blend of gluten-free flour-rice, buckwheat and millet with high nutritive value, GluteNo is able to make a healthy and tasty products. There aren’t any emulsifiers or artificial dyes in the products.
Address: 14E Jurija Gagarina St. Belville, Belgrade
Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.