GLUTEN-FREE WRAPS

Toufayan Gluten-Free Wraps

GLUTEN-FREE WRAPS

Toufayan Bakeries Assorted Gluten Free Wraps

Assorted Gluten-Free Sandwich Wraps

Like our regular wraps, Toufayan Gluten Free Wraps use only top quality, wholesome ingredients. They are naturally cholesterol free and trans fat free. True to the original traditions, we hearth bake each wrap to perfection so they are convenient and versatile.They are moist, delicious and nutritious, Toufayan Gluten Free Wraps are great for breakfast, lunch or afternoon snacking.

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153 Responses

  1. Pete

    i own a gluten free store in northern ontario and want to carry your GF wraps. My distributer doeant carry it unfortunately. Can you advise how id be able to purhase wholesale? They are the ONLY gf wrap worth carrying.

    Thanks,

    Pete
    100% Gluten Free
    Espanola, Ontario

    1. Toufayan

      Hello Pete and thank you for your interest.
      Unfortunately we do not currently work with a distributor in your area. Please use our contact page. to reach a representative directly so we can try to find a solution for you.
      Thanks again.

  2. lisa

    i just saw your gluten free wraps at General Foods Supermarket in Ocho Rios JAMAICA.. and decided to look you up before buying…im even more excited to try them since reading all the comments on this page!

  3. Maria Garcia

    Hello! I bought some packages of Wraps (Orignal) in my recent trip to Aruba (I brought it home). I can not see de expiration date, how long can I keep it?,Once the package is open do I have to store in the refrigerator. Thank you in advanced 🙂

    1. Toufayan

      Thanks for your interest, Maria.
      The sell by date of our Gluten Free Wraps is meant to be coded by your grocer. We recommend that the re-seller code these wraps with a 30 day shelf life. Sometimes these wraps are frozen for shipping and once thawed the 30 day expiration begins.
      You do not need to refrigerate opened packages, though we do recommend ensuring a good seal. Store in a cool, dry area (on top of the fridge or toaster is usually too warm!) A bread basket on my kitchen counter works just fine in our home.
      It is acceptable to freeze these wraps to extend their shelf life, however once defrosted you should use them immediately and not refreeze. When freezing products, remember to use an airtight container with as much air removed as possible and try to reach the frozen state as quickly as possible by first chilling in the refrigerator for up to 2 hours, in a sealed package, before moving to the freezer.

      1. Melanie

        Hello,
        I purchased two packs of wraps dated 09/22. Today is 09/29, these have been refrigerated, are they still OK to eat? Also, this package has not been opened. Thanks for the countless packages I’ve purchased in the past! Fantastic product!

        Many thanks!
        Melanie

        1. Toufayan

          Hi Melanie,
          We recommend that our Gluten-Free Wraps are marked for a 30 day shelf life after defrost. However, I have found that unopened packages often last much longer. Refrigerating the package doesn’t noticeably extend their shelf life, and we do warn against introducing moisture through condensation. Long before the Gluten-Free Wraps spoil, you will find that they become stale. Honestly, at that point I find them a little more pliable and easy to work with, though the flavor suffers dramatically. Some gluten-free tortilla chip recipes call for stale wraps.
          So, while they are most certainly still safe to eat, they might not be as delicious as they were a few days ago. Let us know what you think.
          Thank you so much.

  4. Connie

    I found your gluten free wraps at No Frills here in Ontario and absolutely love them. Finally a gluten free wrap that I can enjoy. One thing stands out…I have not had any issues with them falling apart. I have always joked about being a professional wrapper so maybe that helps
    Thank you for making a great wrap

    1. Toufayan

      Thanks for your comment, Connie!
      We would love it if you could share any tips or tricks you use with our community. A recipe or picture would be most welcome as well! Do you use any special hardware or ingredients?
      Thanks again!

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  7. pam

    I’m very disappointed in your gluten free spinach wraps. I have always loved your wraps but have new diagnosis of celiac disease so I can’t eat the regular wraps. They cracked and fell apart. I tried all the tips in your posts. So I’ll just have to do without. Sorry I was a hoping. Still use regular wraps for my family.

    1. Toufayan

      Hi Pam,
      Thanks so much for your love and we’re sorry to hear the wraps aren’t holding up for you. We’ve looked into so many ways to emulate the flexibility of gluten. We’ll keep bringing suggestions to the bakers! Meanwhile, I do have one or two more suggestions to try. Since gluten allows bread to stretch, without it the wraps will become much harder to work with. A fair replacement for gluten is pectin (the plant-based version of gluten) or collagen (protein version).

      • Brush both sides of our Gluten Free wrap with butter, oil or lard and cook in a skillet or frying pan for a few seconds per side, or until lightly browned.
      • Or, Heat a heavy skillet over medium-high heat and add 1/2 cup light olive oil.)
        Fry each wrap for about 10-30 seconds per side, until browned. The wrap should become softer and more pliable.
        Place the hot wrap on a plate or tray lined with two sheets of paper towel and cover with two more sheets. Place the next wrap on top, and continue the process.

      For me, it’s certainly worth the extra effort. When my doctor says I can’t eat some of my favorite foods, I’ll start looking for a healthier way to recreate that food, rather than go without it! If you are willing to give it one more shot, and you still don’t like how they come out, please don’t hesitate to contact us and let us know how it turned out!
      Thanks you.

      1. JOJO

        Hello,

        I see the spinach gluten free wrap contains the ingredients of monoglyceride and glycerol ester. Are these ingredients by any chance derived from animals or are they derived from plants? Thank you

        1. Toufayan

          Hello and thank you for your interest.
          Rest assured that any Mono-and-Diglycerides used by our bakers in any of our products are purely vegetable-based.
          Thanks again for your question and enjoy!

  8. Jeff

    Who distributes your product in Ontario? I’m a retailer looking to buy your gluten free wraps wholesale to resell in our store. Thanks!

    1. Toufayan

      Hello Jeff and thank you for your interest.
      We don’t have steady distribution in Canada yet, but we are working on it! Please contact us directly, via +18003287482 or email info@toufayan.com and we’ll put you in touch with someone who can help you.

      Thanks again.

    2. Nora

      Jeff, I hope that you are able to stock the wraps as I also live in Ontario and cannot find them anywhere, other than one small store that has frozen ones.

      Toufayan, can you not find a distributor here? Loblaws used to stock your wraps but they have not had any for a long time. The Bakery Manager says that the supply is irregular so they cannot stock it.

      They are excellent but impossible to find!

      1. Toufayan

        Thanks Nora, for the lead! We’ll have someone look into distributors in Ontario and reach out to Loblaws as well!

  9. Vanessa

    THANK YOU!!!!

    I was recently diagnose with Celiac Disease, I was depressed. I tried many breads and none of them I liked so far. I came across your wraps while walking through the deli section of the grocery store. I swear I heard ahhhhhhhh and the display was shinning from the lights above when I spotted them. I was excited to try it and I loved it so much. I now make sure to have it in stock at home. I have also tried the other kinds of wraps and the garden vegetable it my favorite.

  10. Kelly Schaefer

    None of my area grocery store carries these. They are my favorite. Any other suggestions as to where I can find and buy these? Kelly

    1. Toufayan

      Hello Kelly and thanks for your interest!
      If you are in Indiana, you can try Meijer or Spartan Stores, both carry our Gluten Free Wraps.

      Please ask your favorite grocer to carry our Gluten-Free Products. Here is a form you can give them to make it easier. They can call 1-800-328-7428 or visit our contact page.

      You can look for Toufayan Gluten Wraps online, try directeats.com or amazon.com. Other online retailers carry our products as well, though we have no direct partnership with any online stores. If you do purchase Toufayan products online, please leave a comment here to let our community know about your experience!

      Check out our Gluten Free Pita Chips for some scoop-able goodness. Oh, and if you have a sweet tooth, don’t miss, Goodie Girl Cookies! Some of the most delicious cookies you’ll ever find – you won’t believe they’re all Gluten Free.
      Feel free to let us know if you still have trouble finding Gluten Free wraps in your area, or contact us directly at info@toufayan.com.

      Thank you!

  11. Katy R

    I have been struggling with my Celiac diagnosis, I cried for days, silly maybe, but my breads and pastas and wraps! What was I going to do? I found a decent bread, I came across an ok pasta, but never a wrap. I was crushed!
    Until today ….. while shopping at fresh co I spotted “gluten free” and “wrap” out of the corner of my eye, I took a peek and bought all 3 of your wraps! I’m stuffing my face as we speak! Thank you for shining some light on my new eating experience. I’m forever grateful!!!
    Katy

    1. TOUFAYAN

      That’s so great to hear, Katy, enjoy! We’ll be working on other Gluten Free products in the future too! Look for our Gluten Free pita chips (psst, you can use GF Salted Caramel Pita Chips to make pie crusts instead of graham crackers, or make quesadilla with the wraps).
      Check out our recipe page for some great meals and look for gluten free focused recipes in the near future.

      Oh, and if you have a sweet tooth, don’t miss, Goodie Girl Cookies! Some of the most delicious cookies you’ll ever find – you won’t believe they’re all Gluten Free.

  12. C. Bush

    I bought these wraps because my daughter has a gluten sensitivity when she refused to eat them i didn’t want to throw them a way so i tried to make use of them. .I found these wraps to be incredibly frustrating. I could live with the lack of flavor but the structural weakness was to much no mater what i tried to wrap in them they fell apart and made a mess i eventually gave up and feed the last 2 pack to my chickens, on the plus side my chickens loved them . I would not recommend them at all.

    1. Toufayan

      Aww, we’re sad to hear that :’-(
      I’ve found that if you heat up the Gluten Free wraps it makes them much more pliable. A slightly moist paper towel between each wrap, on a microwave safe plate, heated on high for about 40 seconds works well. Without gluten there isn’t much to hold it together so the warmer it is the less brittle it becomes. Even in the image above you can see some tearing where we wrapped them tighter, but a little water and some heat is all you need. For further flexibility add a thin layer of spreadable fat like mayo, oil, butter or similar on the inside. Personally, I prefer the Spinach variety, not just because they are green but they seem a little easier to fold too. Won’t you give us one more chance?

      Thanks for your feedback. Whatever you decide, we hope you and your family find something that works well and tastes good!

  13. Harold

    Hi we live in georgetown ontario. Near toronto. We found your gluten free wraps on a trip and both my wife and daughter, who are celiac, love them. Far better than anything else out there. Is there a retailer in my area that sells them?

    1. Toufayan

      Harold,
      Our Gluten-Free Wraps are not available throughout Canada yet. We are working with Canadian Bakers to bring our products to you. Meanwhile, you can facilitate the process by asking your grocer to carry our Gluten-Free Products. Here is a form you can give them to make it easier. Or, ask them to call 1-800-328-7428 or visit our contact page.

      You can look for Toufayan Gluten Wraps online, try directeats.com, amazon.com and MeyersGlutenFree.com (other Canadians have recommended this site for our products).

      If you do use any of these websites, please let us know about your experience so we can share it with our community.
      We look forward to hearing about the outcome of your search!

  14. Kaalub

    My wife about died and went to heaven when we found your gluten free wraps. She has been gluten free for years now and have not been able to find a suitable tortilla. Then at Wal-Mart we discovered your fabulous creation. It was short lived though. Our Wal-Mart’s have discontinued your product. Luckily I purchased the last 6 bags before they discontinued it. However now she is saving the last couple she has for a special occasion knowing we can not find them anywhere in town any more. Wish there was other ways to purchase your product.

    1. Toufayan

      Thank you for your interest, Kaalub, we hope we can help your any your wife find some more Gluten Free wraps!

      Help us to convince Walmart that they should restock Toufayan Gluten Free Wraps!
      Please help by going to corporate.walmart.com to leave a comment or call them directly at 1-800-925-6278.

      Ask your favorite grocer to carry our Gluten Free Wraps!
      Download a copy of our Gluten Free Product request form to make it easier for your store manager to order our gluten free products. If your grocer is still having trouble reaching us, you can have them call us at 1-800-328-7482 or ask them to visit our contact page.

      Some of our customers have been able to find Toufayan Gluten Free Wraps and other delicious Toufayan products on directeats.com, while others use this Canadian website: Meyersglutenfree.com

      If you are in New Jersey, you can try Fairway, Foodtown, Kings, ShopRite, Wegman’s or Weis. You can use our store finder for more details and areas.

      Let us know if you find it somewhere else in your area, if still need help looking or if you have any other questions.

      Thank you.

  15. Rob

    Love your wraps but I’ve been disappointed that the diameter size has been reduced so much. Used to be just 1 or 2 per package that were smaller, but now all 6 are. They were the perfect size before. Please go back! Thanks.

    1. Toufayan

      Hi Rob,
      We’re disappointed to hear that! As you know, our hearth baked wraps aren’t machine-made so they all come out a little different. However, they shouldn’t be smaller! Can you tell us what store you purchased them from, or the lot number from the UPC? We love to hear your feedback so we can improve our quality control!

      Please feel free to contact a representative at info@toufayan.com, we’d appreciate any help you can give us.

      Thanks!

  16. Andrea

    Hi, what is the best way to keep the wraps fresh once opened? And can you store them in the freezer?
    Thanks

    1. Toufayan

      We recommend that you store our Hearth Baked Wraps in a cool dry place, room temperature is usually fine. Avoid storing bread on top of the refrigerator, because that area is usually warmer than the rest of your kitchen. Some people prefer to store bread in the fridge. That’s fine, just make sure that the bag is well-sealed. I use a gallon-sized storage bag and just place the packaging whole inside the bag. If you do keep it chilled, we recommend a short spin in the microwave before serving (on a microwave safe plate, cover the each wrap with a slightly damp paper towel and microwave on high for 20-30 seconds).

      It is okay to freeze bread, just be sure that the bag is perfectly sealed with little or no air inside. It is best to freeze things that are already chilled, to ensure even temperature changes. Defrost overnight in the refrigerator and use within three days of defrosting. Breads can be kept frozen safely for up to 3 months.
      Enjoy!

  17. Leslie

    I just bought the gluten free wraps in Montego Bay Jamaica. I’ve never seen them in my area. Can I purchase anywhere in St. Louis, MO? Or order online?

    1. Toufayan

      Hi Leslie,
      Some of our customers have been able to find Gluten Free Wraps online, at various third party markets. There are a number of grocers in your area that carry Gluten Free Wraps, including Hy-Vee, Balls Food Stores, Cosentino’s Market, Harps and Walmart. While some Walmarts have stopped carrying our Gluten Free Wraps, others still stock them. You can use our store finder for more details.

      Please ask your favorite grocer to carry our Gluten Free Wraps!
      You can download a copy of our Gluten Free Product request form to make it easier for your store manager to order our gluten free products. If your grocer is still having trouble reaching us, you can have them call 1-800-328-7482 or ask them to visit our contact page.
      Please let us know if you still have any trouble!

    1. Toufayan

      Thank you for your support!
      Please help us to convince Walmart that they should restock our Gluten Free Wraps! You can help by going to corporate.walmart.com to leave a comment or call them directly at 1-800-925-6278. Meanwhile, let us know if you find it somewhere else in your area, if still need help looking or if you have any other questions.
      Thanks.

  18. Judee@gluten free A-Z Blog

    I live in yardley Pennsylvania. I asked my local supermarket ( McCafrreys) to order the gluten free wraps ( they carry the regular ) and they said they are not available to them. Why?

    1. Toufayan

      There are a number of grocers in your area that carry Gluten Free Wraps, including Foodtown, Shop Rite, Wegmans and Weis. You can use our store finder for more details.
      You can download a copy of our Gluten Free Product request form to make it easier for your store manager to order our gluten free products. If your grocer is still having trouble reaching us, you can have them call 1-800-328-7482 or ask them to visit our contact page.
      Please let us know if you still have any trouble!

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