No, all of ROGERS cereals are not gluten-free as they are all produced in a wheat processing facility. The grains are also at risk for cross-contamination with wheat from the fields and harvest.
FAQ Category: PRODUCT INFORMATION FOR FLOURS AND CEREALS
No, they are made of a special plastic designed to maximize the shelf life of the granola. This strong bag is great to reuse for storage.
It is possible that the grains we use may contain glyphosates. The use of glyphosate is essential in some modern day farming practices. Health Canada has determined maximum residual limits for glyphosate in grain and flours. ROGERS test results have been well below the guidelines set by Health Canada.
The best way to maintain freshness of flours and cereals is to store in the freezer. This will keep them well past the best before date. Be sure to bring products to room temperature before baking.
Yes, they are! ROGERS flours, and No Additive Cereals contain only vegan ingredients.
ROGERS does not produce organic flour or cereals for the retail market.
You will now find the potassium levels printed on the packages in the nutritional tables.
No, they do not! ROGERS uses grain varieties which are expected to be free of genetic modification. The Canadian Government authorities have assured us there is no genetically modified wheat, rye, triticale, barley or oats commercially produced in Canada.
No, there are no sulfites in ROGERS flours and cereals.
On the flour bags you will find “May contain Soy, Mustard, Triticale, Rye, Barley, Oats” This is a list of grains and seeds that the wheat could be cross contaminated with in the fields. Other Allergens, including Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Sesame Seeds, Dairy Products, Eggs, Fish and Crustaceans are not present in ROGERS retail flours.