Through a range of good, safe, wholemeal and bran products, with 100% natural ingredients, gluten-free and without the 14 major allergens.
Vitabella is certified organic,
to guarantee the use of only
100% natural organic raw materials
from short and controlled supply chain.
Wheat, rye, barley, spelt, kamut, including hybridized strains and derived products
Lactose and caseins, yoghurt, biscuits, cakes, ice cream and various creams. Any and every product in which milk is used
Mayonnaise, omelette, emulsifiers, egg pasta, biscuits and cakes, including savoury pies, ice cream, etc.
Milk, tofu, spaghetti, etc.
Toasted peanuts, peanut oil, peanut butter, peanut flour, packaged snacks, creams and seasonings in which it is also present in small doses
All products that include: almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews, pecans, Brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, pistachios
Sesame seeds, sesame flour, sesame paste, sesame oil, sesame butter
Lupin flour, lupin protein, lupin concentrate, lupin isolation, alfalfa sprouts. Present in many vegan foods, including roasts, salami, flours and similar items that contain this protein-rich legume
Stalks or stems of celery, celery, celery sediment, celery leaves, celery juice, celery powder present not only in pieces but also in soup preparations, sauces and vegetable concentrates
Including derivatives, i.e. any and all food products containing fish, even just traces
As a preservative in canned fish products, foods that are pickled in vinegar, oil and brine, in jams, vinegar, dried mushrooms and soft drinks and fruit juices
Oyster, limpet, tellina clams and queen scallops, razor clams, scallops, hearts, sea dates, sea snails, mussels, murice, etc.
Shrimps, prawns, lobsters, crayfish, scampi, crabs
Mustard can be found in sauces and condiments, especially in mustard
It is now well known that the consumption of foods rich in fibre offers the body various benefits. In our products we have used bran, flour and Oat flakes to offer you a line of products that is good and functional for the body, thanks to the high Fibre content of the Oats “superfood” cereal.