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  • 1994
    Family Background

    George Stratakis starts...
    George Stratakis starts his bakery business in Thessaloniki, ‘CIBUS’. This quickly became the biggest bakery in Northern Greece, producing a range of goods, including 40 different varieties of bread, traditional Koulouri of Thessaloniki, breadsticks and various cookies and dough products. His sons Alex & Dimitrios spent their time there training and helping grow the business.
  • 2006
    Foundation of UNISMACK SA

    Following the success...
    Following the success of ‘CIBUS SA’, the family decided to start a new business to produce unique, innovative, gluten free snacks! With the support of their experienced father, Alex & Dimitrios undertook to create UNISMACK SA.
  • 2008
    'Cheese Ups' launch

    Our first product, Cheese Ups is launched!
    Our first product is launched in the market. ‘Cheese Ups’, a unique puffy cheese based snack. Light, yet very tasty this gluten free delicacy was the result of years of planning and research and is still today a unique Wellaby’s offering.
  • 2009
    International Presence

    It’s a small world...!
    Internationality is part of our DNA. UNISMACK is already exporting to various countries, including UK, Malta, Germany & Japan.



We are always up to something! HERE IS THE LATEST...



Wellaby’s at the FreeFrom Food Awards 2014
We are happy to announce that Welllaby’s Hummus chips with Kalamata olives were highlighted as Highly Commended at the FreeFrom Food Awards 2014. We received several positive comments by the judges like “Attractive golden puffy pillows with salt granules on the outside. Look really tasty and actually do taste of hummus and olives!”, “Interesting concept – nice crunchy subtle flavour.” We promise to keep up the good work and stay true to quality creating tasty products that make you feel well.

New Recipe- January 2014
In Wellaby’s we work everyday towards creating products of high quality and taste. Enjoy our new improved recipe for Pita Chips! Have a taste!

Partnership with Bespoke Foods- January 2014
We are delighted to confirm that we now have a new partner to launch our great range of products in the UK, Bespoke Foods. Bespoke is a great partner to Wellaby's as their focus is on delivering fabulous products through high quality service - and have a track record to demonstrate this!
Welcome to Wellaby’s family! www.bespoke-foods.co.uk

Wellaby’s at Winter Fancy Food Show- January 2014
January 19-21, 2014
Moscone Center, San Francisco
We welcome you in San Francisco! Visit our stand #846 and let us show you our products!
For more info you can visit: http://goo.gl/qj4nFG

Wellaby’s talking- December 2013
Listen to our interview on the UK GF Radio
Click here to listen

Wellaby’s presence in India & Israel - December2013
Happy to be here! Now Wellaby’s has travelled to India and Israel and is planning to make it a long journey! We are happy that our products are part of the everyday food habits of two countries with such a long history and food tradition. Thank you for your warm welcome.

Wellaby’s at ISM- 43th International Sweets & Biscuits Fair - November2013
The Future of Sweets & Snacks
Cologne, 26-29.01.2014
We welcome you in Cologne! Visit our stand G15 at Hall 11.1 and get to know more about our products and brand philosophy.
Click here for more info





RSPO membership- May 2013
Wellaby’s is pleased to announce that we are officially members of RSPO, establishing the usage of RSPO palm oil and derivatives products. Joining the RSPO policy we will give the opportunity to take part in a global effort to protect the rain forests and the environment. RSPO (Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil) was established in 2004 to promote the production and use of sustainable palm oil for People, Planet, and Prosperity.
U & S UNISMACK SA - Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil




Pick up a copy of the Jan/Feb issue of Delight Gluten Free Magazine! Wellaby's Pita Chips are listed as one of the "Editor's Eight" - gluten free products their editors delight in!
http://www.delightglutenfree.com/



GFCO Certification update
Wellaby's is happy to announce that we are officially Gluten Free Certified thanks to the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America!
For some great information about gluten intolerance, check out their website:
http://www.gfco.org/



M&S Gluten Free Certification Update
Wellaby’s’ is excited to announce our collaboration with the renowned for its attention to high quality UK Grocer, Marks & Spencer. As part of this, our facilities have been certified by the M&S team for Gluten Free suitability.

SIAL 2012 - What a great show this was!
We launched our new European packaging and received great compliments! Wellaby’s will be expanding to many European countries soon!



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GLUTEN FREE


All our products are made in a dedicated Gluten Free facility. This means that no gluten containing ingredients are used in the entire facility, thus eliminating the risk of cross-contamination. In addition, we conduct constant lab tests to ensure that Wellaby’s products always deliver the best quality and never become contaminated with unwanted ingredients.

WHAT IS GLUTEN?


Gluten is a special type of protein that is commonly found in rye, wheat, and barley. Therefore, it is found in most types of cereals and in many types of bread. Not all foods from the grain family, however, contain gluten. Examples of grains that do not have gluten include wild rice, corn, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, quinoa, teff, oats, soybeans, and sunflower seeds.

So why is gluten a problem?


Gluten is a problem for the people who are gluten intolerant (celiac disease) or for those who have gluten sensitivity. There are a significant number of people who suffer from gluten intolerance and many of them are not even aware of this condition, due to lack of information and the difficulty to actually diagnose this issue. For those who are celiac, eating gluten creates serious digestive problems and they have to exclude this substance from their diet altogether. Some symptoms of celiac disease are weight loss, reflux, gas, bloating and abdominal pain or cramping. For the people who are not celiac but are sensitive to gluten, some of the common symptoms are infertility, anemia, fatigue, failure to thrive, lack of growth, osteopenia or osteoporosis and neurological complications. It is generally hard to diagnose either celiac condition or gluten sensitivity and it is very often the case that we face small or large health issues over time, without ever being able to connect them to gluten intolerance or sensitivity. There are other specific conditions that also seem to benefit from a gluten-free diet. It has been shown for example that many individuals on the autism spectrum find great improvement on a gluten-free diet.

I had no idea… how can I test myself?


Recognizing celiac disease can be difficult because some of its symptoms are similar to those of other diseases. As a result, celiac disease has long been under diagnosed or misdiagnosed. As doctors become more aware of the many varied symptoms of the disease and reliable blood tests become more available, diagnosis rates are increasing. If you suspect you might have gluten intolerance ask your doctor to perform a blood test. If test results are negative but celiac disease is still suspected, additional blood tests may be needed. If blood tests and symptoms suggest celiac disease, a biopsy of the small intestine is performed to confirm the diagnosis.

Benefits for All


There are multiple benefits of enjoying a gluten free or wheat free diet. A diet void of gluten is often low in carbohydrates. Gluten-free bread is typically made from brown rice flour, so refined carbohydrates (like those found in standard white bread) are limited. Therefore, given the negative stigma associated with a diet rich in refined carbohydrates, individuals adherent to a gluten-free diet are afforded numerous health benefits including significant weight loss, lowered cholesterol and increased energy. Going gluten-free can be a bit difficult, considering proper diet modification means eliminating many common foods. Gluten is a combination of plant-derived proteins found in products containing wheat and many products containing oats or barley. It is the substance that makes flour sticky and gives firmness to cakes, breads, crusts, etc. Most People with Celiac Disease cannot digest gluten appropriately. When they ingest the protein, an immune reaction takes place in the small intestine, damaging its lining. A gluten free diet is not only beneficial to people suffering from celiac disease it can also benefit many people who are suffering from brain fag, joint pains, auto-immune and neurological disorders.

Foods to avoid


Common foods that contain gluten: Bread, pasta, cookies, crackers, cereals, pizza, rye bread or flour, bread, bread crumbs, barley (including malt, malted beverages, malt extract), breaded foods, wheat (wheat flour, semolina, kamut, spelt)

Foods to question


Cereals, sauces especially soy sauce, chili sauce, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, soups, seasoning mixes, meadications, licorice, herbal supplements, malt vinegar, prepared cake frostings, baking sprays.

Foods to enjoy


Fruits and vegetables, dairy products, protein rich foods like eggs, beans, meats & poultry, nuts, fish, soy protein, tofu. Fats and oils are ok (butter, margarine, oils), some grains like amaranth, millet, rice, buckwheat, potato and corn. Finally other foods like olives, pickles, mustard, ketchup, jelly, jam, vinegar, pure spices and herbs.
And of course our gluten free products!

We are very particular when it comes to quality.


This is why we thoroughly check all ingredients we receive to make sure they adhere to our (very strict) specifications.
Wellaby’s snacks are made and packaged by our well trained and dedicated personnel at our purpose built, totally gluten free production unit facility. Our production process is BRC and ISO22000 certified. We are also proud to have been certified by external partners like the "Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GFCO)", Marks & Spencer and COSTCO amongst others.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
ABOUT OUR QUALITY CONTROL
SYSTEMS, PLEASE CONTACT:

QUALITY@WELLABYS.COM
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All our products are made in a dedicated Gluten Free facility. This means that no gluten containing ingredients are used in the entire facility, thus eliminating the risk of cross-contamination. In addition, we conduct constant lab tests to ensure that Wellaby’s products always deliver the best quality and never become contaminated with unwanted ingredients.

WHAT IS GLUTEN?


Gluten is a special type of protein that is commonly found in rye, wheat, and barley. Therefore, it is found in most types of cereals and in many types of bread. Not all foods from the grain family, however, contain gluten. Examples of grains that do not have gluten include wild rice, corn, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, quinoa, teff, oats, soybeans, and sunflower seeds.

So why is gluten a problem?


Gluten is a problem for the people who are gluten intolerant (celiac disease) or for those who have gluten sensitivity. There are a significant number of people who suffer from gluten intolerance and many of them are not even aware of this condition, due to lack of information and the difficulty to actually diagnose this issue. For those who are celiac, eating gluten creates serious digestive problems and they have to exclude this substance from their diet altogether. Some symptoms of celiac disease are weight loss, reflux, gas, bloating and abdominal pain or cramping. For the people who are not celiac but are sensitive to gluten, some of the common symptoms are infertility, anemia, fatigue, failure to thrive, lack of growth, osteopenia or osteoporosis and neurological complications. It is generally hard to diagnose either celiac condition or gluten sensitivity and it is very often the case that we face small or large health issues over time, without ever being able to connect them to gluten intolerance or sensitivity. There are other specific conditions that also seem to benefit from a gluten-free diet. It has been shown for example that many individuals on the autism spectrum find great improvement on a gluten-free diet.

I had no idea… how can I test myself?


Recognizing celiac disease can be difficult because some of its symptoms are similar to those of other diseases. As a result, celiac disease has long been under diagnosed or misdiagnosed. As doctors become more aware of the many varied symptoms of the disease and reliable blood tests become more available, diagnosis rates are increasing. If you suspect you might have gluten intolerance ask your doctor to perform a blood test. If test results are negative but celiac disease is still suspected, additional blood tests may be needed. If blood tests and symptoms suggest celiac disease, a biopsy of the small intestine is performed to confirm the diagnosis.

Benefits for All


There are multiple benefits of enjoying a gluten free or wheat free diet. A diet void of gluten is often low in carbohydrates. Gluten-free bread is typically made from brown rice flour, so refined carbohydrates (like those found in standard white bread) are limited. Therefore, given the negative stigma associated with a diet rich in refined carbohydrates, individuals adherent to a gluten-free diet are afforded numerous health benefits including significant weight loss, lowered cholesterol and increased energy. Going gluten-free can be a bit difficult, considering proper diet modification means eliminating many common foods. Gluten is a combination of plant-derived proteins found in products containing wheat and many products containing oats or barley. It is the substance that makes flour sticky and gives firmness to cakes, breads, crusts, etc. Most People with Celiac Disease cannot digest gluten appropriately. When they ingest the protein, an immune reaction takes place in the small intestine, damaging its lining. A gluten free diet is not only beneficial to people suffering from celiac disease it can also benefit many people who are suffering from brain fag, joint pains, auto-immune and neurological disorders.

Foods to avoid


Common foods that contain gluten: Bread, pasta, cookies, crackers, cereals, pizza, rye bread or flour, bread, bread crumbs, barley (including malt, malted beverages, malt extract), breaded foods, wheat (wheat flour, semolina, kamut, spelt)

Foods to question


Cereals, sauces especially soy sauce, chili sauce, hydrolyzed vegetable protein, soups, seasoning mixes, meadications, licorice, herbal supplements, malt vinegar, prepared cake frostings, baking sprays.

Foods to enjoy


Fruits and vegetables, dairy products, protein rich foods like eggs, beans, meats & poultry, nuts, fish, soy protein, tofu. Fats and oils are ok (butter, margarine, oils), some grains like amaranth, millet, rice, buckwheat, potato and corn. Finally other foods like olives, pickles, mustard, ketchup, jelly, jam, vinegar, pure spices and herbs.
And of course our gluten free products!
WE ARE COMMITTED TO HEALTHY, GLUTEN FREE SNACKING.
NUTRITIONAL VALUES MEET GREAT TASTE IN EVERYTHING WE BAKE!
IT IS QUITE SIMPLE REALLY...
WE JUST USE QUALITY INGREDIENTS AND WE MIX THEM IN UNEXPECTED WAYS!

We are very particular when it comes to quality.


This is why we thoroughly check all ingredients we receive to make sure they adhere to our (very strict) specifications.
Wellaby’s snacks are made and packaged by our well trained and dedicated personnel at our purpose built, totally gluten free production unit facility. Our production process is BRC and ISO22000 certified. We are also proud to have been certified by external partners like the "Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GFCO)", Marks & Spencer and COSTCO amongst others.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
ABOUT OUR QUALITY CONTROL
SYSTEMS, PLEASE CONTACT:

QUALITY@WELLABYS.COM

We focus on choosing top quality raw material ingredients.


The exceptional taste of our snacks comes from our persistence to use exclusively top quality ingredients. Made with real cheese, flavored with true herbs and baked to precision, our snacks are delicious and healthy choices for indulging.