All of our products are manufactured by the specialist biscuit bakers Island Bakery Organics on the Scottish Isle of Mull. Island Bakery Organics operate strict procedures to ensure that ATG biscuits meet our exacting standards of quality and allergen control.
To verify that these procedures are working correctly a regime of product testing is in place.  EVERY BATCH of biscuits is tested  at the bakery to verify it meets our gluten-free standards before they are  allowed to leave the bakery In addition samples are also periodically sent for laboratory analysis to verify their wheat, gluten and dairy-free status. 

Soil AssociationAll our cookies are made with organically grown ingredients and are certified by the Soil Association.

Our products comply with the current codex alimentarius standard for gluten free foods and are listed in the Coeliac UK directory

For more information about allergies and food intolerances please visit

All are suitable for vegetarians and vegan


Nuts in our products

Our products either contain or may have traces of nuts and are not suitable for nut allergy sufferers.

Palm oil in our products

At Against the Grain we do not believe in the destruction of rainforests in order to grow palm oil. We believe that palm oil should be grown in a sustainable way which does not endanger the rainforests and its inhabitants.

We only use RSPO certified, fully traceable, organic, Rainforest Alliance certified palm oil. Our suppliers are members of the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, which lays down strict rules governing how the plantations are managed, that ensure sound environmental practices that don’t threaten valuable wild habitats.

Therefore all the organic palm oil used in Against the Grain’s products comes from sustainable sources, is grown on plantations that have NOT been created from tropical forest clearance and is sourced from a company who have a very good social and environmental record, and process only organic palm. We therefore have confidence that we are sourcing absolutely the best palm oil possible in terms of environmental and social impact.



Against the Grain was voted 'Best Buy' in The Ethical Consumer Magazine September-October 2005.