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Ardor Food

Ardor Food

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Coeliac Australia Gluten Free Accreditation.

Cafe and Bakery and speciality store for all things Gluten Free!!!

The Ardor Coburg Café is back and better then ever! Head in for a coffee and a pastry or stop by for lunch. They have focaccia, pizza al taglio, hot pies, cakes, biscuits and more. You will also still find all of our frozen and dry gluten free products as well as other shelf staples making this store a one stop gluten free shop!

If you pre-order you can purchase Pastry boxes full of GF goodies and decadent treats for your next event or picnic. You can purchase all of Ardor’s amazing GF products at wholesale prices and quantities. The team also now offers delivery of all fresh, frozen and dry products direct to your home.

This truely is a must visit, wether it be to grab lunch, a yummy pastry or stock up on all those hard to find gluten free products!!
Business status: OPERATIONAL

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Disclaimer

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