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Fody Foods, CDHF partner to raise awareness about IBS

By Food in Canada Staff   

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Fody Foods, a B Corp-certified company specializing in the manufacture of food products designed to meet the needs of individuals with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), partners with the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation (CDHF) to educate Canadians on the importance of diet as a first-line approach to managing IBS and to support individuals following a low FODMAP diet.

The low FODMAP diet temporarily eliminates the consumption of fermentable carbohydrates that can trigger digestive symptoms in individuals with IBS. Fody’s low FODMAP- and CDHF-certified products are less likely to trigger symptoms like bloating, gas, and abdominal pain. Fody’s products with the certifications include its Mild Salsa, Medium Salsa, Tomato Basil Pasta Sauce and Marinara Pasta Sauce.

“The journey to IBS symptom relief begins with diet– it’s the first stop, a controllable factor with the biggest impact on your digestive health, and we are thrilled to partner with Fody Foods to further our shared mission of enabling individuals to manage their IBS with confidence,” said Kelsey Cheyne, executive director, CDHF. “We see Fody Foods as a trusted ally and resource in IBS management, and through this alliance, we aim to reshape the narrative around digestive issues and educate Canadians on the importance of dietary choices.”

They’re free from common triggers, such as onions and garlic. The products are also certified vegan, gluten-free, lactose-free and non-GMO verified.


“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation, a leading authority on digestive health in Canada, and to receive their certification,” said Steven Singer, CEO and Founder, Fody Foods. “This collaboration marks a significant milestone for us in our commitment to empower individuals to make informed choices and enjoy their favourite foods without worry.”

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