Gluten Free Products & Suppliers | Wholesale & Private Label | Torg

Torg is a leading B2B marketplace specializing in gluten-free products from around the world. Our extensive selection of both imported and domestic gluten-free products are perfect for sourcing your business’s needs at wholesale prices, whether you’re looking to buy in bulk or to private label. We have offerings from all over Europe, Mediterranean, and beyond, so you can rest assured that you will be able to find exactly what you need – quickly and affordably.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Torg's role in helping buyers source Gluten Free products?

Gluten Free products are a great option for those with dietary restrictions or preferences. At Torg, we understand the importance of finding suppliers who can offer gluten-free options, and we make it easy to source these products from around the world. Our b2b marketplace allows you to find and compare product prices and supplier details quickly, so you can choose the perfect fit for your needs.

How do I compare suppliers when buying Gluten Free products?

Before buying Gluten Free products, it's important to consider various factors such as price, quality, delivery times, certifications and more. Torg makes it easy to compare multiple suppliers side by side so that you can identify which one is best suited for each particular purchase. We also provide private label options and have a selection of vegan and vegetarian options available.

What experience does Torg have in sourcing gluten free ingredients?

With over 10 years experience in sourcing ingredients from all corners of the world, including Europe, Asia and the Mediterranean region - Torg is an ideal partner for any buyer looking to source their Gluten Free needs. We offer a wide range of wholesale options across many categories including Olive Oil, Paella Mixes, Rice Dishes, Vegan Beef Alternatives & more!

Where do most of your gluten free suppliers come from?

The majority of our suppliers offering gluten free products operate from Europe & Asia; however with our global presence we're able to facilitate almost any request from any corner of the globe. Whether you're looking for bulk orders or smaller quantities for testing purposes - we can help!

How do you ensure product quality when sourcing gluten free goods?

At Torg we understand how important it is for buyers to trust their supplier which is why all our partners must meet rigorous standards in terms of product quality & safety before they are allowed onto our platform. Furthermore all orders are insured ensuring complete peace of mind when working with us!

Supplier Sourcing and Private Label Solutions in Gluten Free Locations

  1. Spain: Spain is a Mediterranean country known for its cultural history. It’s also a major producer of gluten-free products, mainly due to the popularity of tapas which often use grains like rice, quinoa and buckwheat as primary ingredients. Torg is proud to provide businesses with access to some of the best Spanish suppliers and manufacturers for all your gluten free needs, from wheat-free snacks and condiments to specialty oils perfect for private label production.
  2. Italy: Italy has long been renowned for its cuisine, but many don't know it's also one of the leading producers of gluten-free food in Europe. From pasta made with rice flour to breads based on cornmeal, Italian suppliers have you covered when it comes to finding quality gluten-free ingredients that are perfect for private label production or sourcing. With Torg's help, you can quickly find and access Italian manufacturers specializing in producing gluten-free food products at competitive prices.
  3. Netherlands: The Netherlands is home to some of the most innovative companies in Europe when it comes to producing high quality, delicious gluten free food alternatives. Thanks largely to Dutch universities and research centers specialising in nutrition science, Dutch suppliers are experts in developing nutritious substitutes made without wheat or other grains containing gluten. Whether you need pre-made meals or ingredients suitable for private label production ,Torg can help make sure you get the best deals from Dutch manufacturers operating in this sector.
  4. Germany: Germany is one of the leading countries when it comes to producing alternative sources of nutrition that are suitable for those who suffer from celiac disease or simply prefer avoiding wheat products altogether. German companies have perfected recipes using oats, flaxseed meal and chestnut flour as basic ingredients -- all while guaranteeing taste levels that will suit even picky eaters! Moreover, German suppliers can provide specialized solutions tailored according to customers' specifications when it comes to so called "private labels". With Torg's help you can find these producers fast!

Common Supply Chain Issues

  1. Crop Yields & Food Safety: For many years, the food supply chain has faced a number of issues related to the availability and quality of food in certain regions. In recent decades, for example, due to extreme weather events caused by climate change, some countries have experienced dramatic drops in crop yields. This has had knock-on effects for companies relying on these ingredients in their products, from restaurants to major manufacturers. Similarly, there have been concerns about food safety after reports of contamination and other changes in ingredient quality. Companies involved in the global supply chain must be aware of these issues and take appropriate steps to ensure that they are sourcing safe and reliable products.