The UK gluten-free market is forecast to grow to £561million by 2017, which means more options for people who suffer with the intolerance.

With special "free from" sections and foods clearly marked, sufferers are no longer forced to trawl the aisles and scour packages to find something that doesn't have these troublesome proteins lingering within.

We had a hunt around Canary Wharf for the best gluten and wheat free products on offer for every meal of the day.

Supernatural's selection of healthy snacks and drinks


■ Supernatural

This new establishment is great for a grab-and-go breakfast. The fibre boost smoothie (from £3.95) is packed with spinach, avocado, lemon and apple or the breakfast pot (£2), has pro-biotic yoghurt with agave nectar, gluten free granola, berries and chia seeds.

Canary Wharf Tube station,

■ Le Pain Quotidien

You can eat in or takeaway with the organic multi-grain granola, above centre, (£4.40) made with gluten free ingredients, or for a sit-down meal try out organic scrambled eggs with grilled mushrooms (£6.80).

Jubilee Place Mall,

Leon, Cabot Place Mall, Canary Wharf

■ Parlour

Parlour is happy to bend over backwards to suit any dietary requirements and will build your own free from breakfast on request. Our favourite plate is the meaty London market (£15) which substitutes extra bacon, tomato, black pudding and baked beans for sausage and bread.

The Park Pavilion,


■ Tesco

The store in Cabot Place introduced its own-brand "free from" sandwiches in 2014, with options including chicken salad (£3) or carrot and hummus (£3).

Cabot Place Mall,

EAT's hotpot

■ Eat

Eat's hot pots provide a warm, healthy meal, which can be taken back to your desk. Choose from Texan chilli, Vietnamese chicken and Thai green chicken curry (regular; £4.85 or large for £5.99).

Canada Place Mall,

■ Bene Bene

Huge fillings atop jacket potatoes (from £4) provide a hearty lunch and a totally natural and gluten free option.

Canada Place Mall, 020 7719 1629


■ Carluccio's

The Italian restaurant has a huge free from choice across all its dishes, with corn and rice pasta options including carbonara (£8.75) and, from the antipasto range, the bruschetta (£5.50) with tomatoes, roasted peppers and basil is made with toasted gluten free bread.

Reuters Plaza,

Gluten-free carbonara from Carluccios

■ Leon

Tucked away in Cabot Place Mall, Leon is a great place to go for a free from dinner - choose between the vegan wheat, gluten and dairy free Leon gobi pot, right, (£3.95) or the sumptuous chicken and chorizo club pot (£6.95).

Cabot Place Mall,

■ Wahaca

The Mexican chain has a big sheet it'll give you on request that let's you know which products contain gluten, wheat, dairy or nuts. Free from highlights include the chicken suizas (£8.95) and the pork pibil (£9.25).

The Park Pavilion,


■ Nicolas

While wine is naturally gluten-free at source, many manufacturers add in products that contain gluten. Organic and biodynamics wines are therefore the best way to go. Nicolas has a range of these - including the Chateau Romain, les baux-de-provence (£20) and the Clos de la Coulee de Serrant Controlee (£70). Just look out for bottles that contain the Eco Cert or Terra Vitis stamp.

One Canada Square,

Left to right; Clos de la Coulee de Serrant Controlee (£70), Pomerol chateau gombaude guillot (£35), Quetton Saint Goerges, chateau de l’endarran (£23), Chateau Romain, les baux-de-provence (£20)

■ Waitrose

Standard beer is a total no-go for coeliacs and not really a great idea for those with a mild intolerance either, but the Estrella damm daura beer (£6 for 4) is gluten free and surprisingly tasty.

Canada Place Mall,

■ Le Pain Quotidien

If your business meeting turns a little boozy, head for Jubilee Place Mall where you can grab a celia gluten-free beer (£5.45). This delicious Czech lager is a little pricier than other beers but it’s worth it.

Jubilee Place Mall,