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Baking Mix Pizza Dough Gluten Free Bio, 350g

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Baking Mix Pizza Dough Gluten Free Bio, 350g

Bauckhof gluten free pizza dough tastes like homemade and succeed easily and quickly.

Bauckhof pizza dough tastes like home-made and is succeeds fast an easily. Just mix the ready-mix with water and oil – you don’t have to let the dough rise. Add your favourite toppings like onions, vegan tuna, vegan chorizo, bell peppers, corn and more!


Rice wholegrain flour*, corn starch*, rice flour*, baking powder (raising agents: sodium bicarbonate, citric monopotassium tartrate, corn starch*), thlickener: guar gum*, quinoa sourdough powder* (quinoa*, rice flour*, starter cultures), sea salt, yeast, cane sugar*, thickening agent : xanthan
*from organic farming
Nutritional values per 100 g
Energy value 1464 kJ / 345 kcal
Total Fat 1,3 g
- Saturated Fat 0,3 g
Carbohydrates 77,0 g
- of which sugar <1,5 g
Fibre 3,4 g
Protein 4,6 g
Salt 2,0 g


Bauckhof is one of Germany's oldest Demeter farms. Besides producing health foods it grows bio-dynamic crops and runs a socio-therapeutic institute. The three Bauck farms have been in family possession for many generations. In 1932, before nobody paid any interest to ecology and environmental awareness, the farm in Klein Süstedt was converted to bio-dynamic agriculture. The farm in Amelinghausen followed in 1939 and the farm in Stütensen in 1966. In 1969 the non-profit society “Landbauforschungsgesellschaft” (“Society for Agricultural Research”), for the purpose of transferring the farms from private ownership to the property of a non-profit partnership. This ensured that these farms will always be farmed bio-dynamically. They can no longer be bequeathed or sold. This allows many people who do not belong to the family can take over responsibility and tasks at Bauckhof and advocate the needs of forest, environmental protection and research.

GMO Statement

Organic products are produced without genetic engineering. The use of genetically modified organisms or their derivatives is prohibited in organic farming and processing and contradicts the self-understanding of the organic industry.