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Comrades ! Bake your way to lactofreedom.

Create a Lactofree spectacle of your own this bonfire night by taking on
one of our smolderingly fantastic recipes and entering our competition
below to take your celebrations to the next level.

Win a mixer and become a baking legend.

You could win this bonfire night supply crate packed with loads of
tasty ingredients to cook up the perfect banquet for your fellow
Lactofreedom fighters. To be in with a chance of winning, write on our
Facebook wall what you’re most impressive bonfire spread would include
and mention ‘#SupplyCrateWin’


Conquer the mighty profiterole.

Arm the troops before you set off to hunt down a firework display with
this essential chilli con carne recipe. Pair with flame baked potatoes to
create the perfect feast.


Conquer the mighty profiterole.

Bake your way to a brilliant bonfire night with these sumptuous apple caramel
, a perfectly sweet fusion for the evening’s entertainment.


Conquer the mighty profiterole.

Don’t let your friends and family suffer from lactose in silence.
Tell them we’re here to provide delicious real dairy without the discomfort.
Spread word of the revolusion.

Liberty ! Equality ! Lactofree !

Arla Foods Limited 2016, all rights reserved

For further information and product photography please contact:
Zoe Taylor
020 7467 9261

* We make every effort to ensure that the Lactofree range contains no lactose. We carry out rigorous scientific testing using the most accurate available which enable us to detect lactose at the trace level of 0.03%. At this detection level our tests show that there is no lactose present in Lactofree." Please refer to for more information. Not suitable for milk allergy sufferers or those with Galactosaemia. If in any doubt consult your doctor before consumption  

More about Lactose Intolerance

Lactose intolerance is caused by a deficiency of lactase, an enzyme present in the lining of the small intestine which is needed to absorb and digest lactose (the sugars in milk).  

People with lactose intolerance don’t have enough of this important enzyme to break down the lactose.  It remains undigested in the large intestine, where it is fermented by bacteria, creating uncomfortable symptoms. These symptoms may be very distressing for the sufferer. While not all persons deficient in lactase have the same symptoms if at all, those who do are considered to be lactose intolerant.