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BioHax is moving to The Shire & will continue to sell everything except produce until we relocate

Sulphur Free Fruit & Nut Museli 500g & 900g


Sulphur Free Fruit & Nut Museli 500g & 900g

Honest to Goodnes Sulphur-Free Muesli is a hand-mixed muesli blend made from premium ingredients. This sulphur free muesli is perfect for making a bircher muesli or can simply be enjoyed raw with fresh fruit and yoghurt.

Preservative free, sulphur free and no added sugar.

Ingredients: 100% Australian ingredients including:

Rolled Oats, Rolled Triticale, Organic Raisins (10%), Currants (10%), Sunflower Seeds, Organic Pepitas, Almonds (5%), Dates Diced (4%)

    Granola can be stored in an airtight container, in a cool, dry spot for six months (sometimes longer). You can also freeze granola and granola bars just as you would cookies or other treats -- wrapped tightly in plastic wrap and/or in resealable freezer bag.


    Can oats be gluten free?

    There’s a lot of confusion around oats and whether they can actually be gluten-free or not – well, in New Zealand and Australia, oats cannot be classed as gluten-free. To understand why, we’ll look at what gluten actually is, Coeliac versus non-Coeliac gluten sensitivity and legal definitions for labelling.

    What is gluten anyway?

    Gluten is used to describe a prolamin protein fraction that affects those with Coeliac disease. This gluten fraction is called gliadin in wheat, hordein in barley and secalin in rye. And this is where there tends to be confusion with oats, which contain a protein strain similar to these called avenin.

    Oats are also prone to cross contamination with gluten containing cereals, including wheat, barley and rye. If you’ve ever seen products or recipes like ‘gluten-free oats’ or ‘gluten-free cookies’, this refers to oats that have been grown and processed without coming into contact with these cereals. This sort of labelling is okay in many places around the world – more on that later. But it isn’t the same in New Zealand or Australia, where instead the term “gluten-friendly” is sometimes assigned.

    Sydney Delivery Zone

    If you're in the Eastern Suburbs, Sydney Delivery Zone - All products can be ordered and will be shipped via our BioHax Delivery service. Delivery 7 days from 8am-8pm.

    Out of Sydney Delivery Zone, NSW & Australia

    If you're out of the Sydney Delivery Zone - only non-perishables can be ordered and are shipped via Sendle for (Metro) and Australia Post (Regional)

    Out of Sydney Delivery Zone - 3-5 Days

    NSW & Australia - 3-7 Days

    International Orders

    Only non-perishables can be ordered and are shipped via (Australia Post)

    International Delivery Times - 5-10 Days

    Product Categories Explained:

    Non-Perishables = essential oils, beauty and cooking oils, raw minerals and supplements

    Dry goods = herbs, spices, coffee

    Perishables = vegetables, herbs, fruit, eggs, F&G boxes, stock broth and liquid broth

    Can I request to sign for my order?

    Please advise if you would like to physically sign for your package and we will ensure the driver does not leave your order until it has been signed. This information is acquired during the checkout process, before payment, under “delivery instructions”.  We also ship to PO boxes by only if shipping is via Australia Post. If you would like to sign for your order and it’s being shipped via Australia Post, there is an additional $2 service fee.

    Note: if you request for your order to be signed on delivery and no one is home to sign when the courier arrives, we are unable to take responsibility for any items that have spoiled as a result of being returned to our third-party transport company.

    If it is perishable items (fresh produce & broth), we prefer not to leave it outside for more than an hour and recommend having someone home; friend, neighbour or family member to sign for it.

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