E numbers are codes that stand for additives to food products such as preservatives, stabilisers, thickeners, acidity regulators etc.
It is true that there are potentially dangerous substances, but those that we use in our production are considered harmless and are mainly natural additives which can normally be met in our kitchen. For example citric acid (household lemon peel), baking soda and even curcuma are marked with E numbers according to the international standard because they are an addition to the product rather than the basic ingredient. If it was the curcuma cake then curcuma would be the basic ingredient and would not hold the E number.
We expect bakery products to be soft and tasty. The softness is given by gluten. To produce a healthy, fresh, soft and tasty gluten-free product is a true art. All of it would not be possible without applying harmless additives.
Let us stress that our products are the first in Croatia to own the international AOECS certificate. The Crossed Grain sign is a proof of the highest standard which provides safety both to people suffering from coeliac disease and those who want to get rid of gluten in their healthy diet.
E 262Sodium acetate
E 270Lactic acid
E 330Citric acid
E 412Guar Gum
A natural polysaccharide, produced from the guar shrub (Cyamopsis tetragonolobus) found in Pakistan and India. Function & characteristics:
Thickening agent, stabiliser and emulsifier. Guar gum can be used by all religious groups, vegans and vegetarians.