Low-FODMAP Brands

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These products have been certified to be low in FODMAPs and deemed safe for the low-FODMAP diet.  Most products within this list are now available on Amazon.com

FODMAPPED Foods Chicken Broth Slow Cooked

FODMAPPED Foods Red Wine & Italian Herbs Tomato Pasta Sauce

FODMAPPED Foods Slow Roasted Vegetables Pasta Sauce

FODMAPPED Foods Butter Chicken Curry Simmer Sauce

FODMAPPED Foods Green Curry Simmer Sauce

FODMAPPED Foods Red Curry Simmer Sauce

FODMAPPED Foods Sweet Chilli, Basil + Lemongrass Stir-Fry Simmer Sauce


Rachel Pauls™ Happy Bars Chocolate Chip Delight, Peanut Maple Pleasure, Peanut Chocolate Euphoria, Orange Chocolate Ecstasy

TrueSelf™ Foods Low FODMAP Snack Bars –  certified low-FODMAP by the  FODMAP Friendly Food Program – My absolute favorite is the Pumpkin Spice  but I also love all the other flavors like Blueberry, Lemon Poppy, and Banana Cinnamon!

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Vegetable Stock Powder  

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Certified LemonAID Ayurvedic Digestive Drink – Original

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Certified LemonAID Ayurvedic Digestive Drink – Cayenne

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Spice Mix (Lemon Herb Seasoning)

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Spice Mix (Mexican/Taco Seasoning Mix)  

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Spice Mix (BBQ Rub)

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Spice Mix (Tuscan Herb)

Casa de Sante Low FODMAP Spice Mix (Indian Spicy Hot Seasoning)








FODY – Low FODMAP Tomato & Basil Pasta Sauce 550g (19.4oz)

FODY – Low FODMAP Dark Chocolate, Nuts and Sea Salt Snack Bars 40g (1.41oz) (Box of 12)

FODY – Low FODMAP Almond Coconut Snack Bars 40g (1.41oz) (Box of 12)

FODY – Low FODMAP Mild Salsa 453g (16oz)

FODY – Low FODMAP BBQ Sauce 340g (12oz)


FODMAP-Friendly Products

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Products made with low-FODMAP ingredients

*See disclaimer below!








*Carrageenan and different types of gums (such as xanthan) have not been tested and analyzed for FODMAPs as of yet, but they may cause gastrointestinal distress for some.




“[Several] different studies have shown that soluble fiber benefits constipation and overall symptoms in IBS patients.” William Chey, MD, a professor of gastroenterology at the University of Michigan.  Soluble fiber can also help those with diarrhea.  Many high-FODMAP foods contain highly fermentable insoluble fiber, which can make symptoms of IBS worse.  Fiber is important and you can still get decent amounts in your low-FODMAP diet, but stick to low-FODMAP sources of soluble fiber like those listed below.  In the produce aisle, look for oranges, passion fruit, raspberries, Brussels sprouts (can have up to 2), carrots, eggplant, turnips, sweet potatoes (can have up to 1/2 cup), broccoli (1/2 cup).  Consult with your nutritionist about the total amount of fiber you need.  The key is to start small and increase the amount as you go, keeping a Food & Symptom Diary handy to record your intake and get a better sense of how much fiber is sufficient for you and you only.

*Drain and rinse before consuming as the FODMAPs will leach out of these legumes into the water within the can.  Stick to a 1/2 cup lentils and a1/4 cup chickpeas.




*The products listed under “Products made with low-FODMAP ingredients” appear to be low in FODMAPs based on the ingredients. They have not been laboratory tested and analyzed for FODMAPs, however, no HIGH-FODMAP ingredients seem to be present.  Please also remember that if you find a product with several ingredients listed and the last 2-3 ingredients are high-FODMAP, the product may be suitable to consume as it means those last ingredients are present in much smaller amounts.  “…ingredients are listed with the most predominant ingredient first. So if honey is the last ingredient in the list (an indication it’s not used to sweeten the product), it’s likely a low-FODMAP food. Suggest clients avoid products in which FODMAPs are more abundant or if multiple FODMAPs are present. Furthermore, clients should take note of added fiber ingredients such as inulin, often labeled as chicory root extract and fructo-oligosaccharides. Both are sources of fructans and can trigger symptoms.” Source: Successful Low-FODMAP Living — Experts Discuss Meal-Planning Strategies to Help IBS Clients Better Control GI Distress by Kate Scarlata, RD, LDN, Today’s Dietitian, Vol. 14 No. 3 P. 36


Disclosure – All of the products above are products I have personally used and also enjoy.  Some include links back to Amazon.com and in full disclosure, I can make a commission if a user clicks on the link and then makes a purchase with Amazon.com.  The commission is very small, however, it does go towards the ever increasing expenses I have to maintain this blog and marketing for FODMAPLife.com.  I appreciate your support of my blog, thank you.  Colleen Francioli



  1. Davina

    hi, i am looking for a fodmap friendly mayonnaise , ketchup and bbq sauce i can buy in the uk that doesnt cost a fortune……. can anyone help?

    many thanks

    • Colleen

      Hi Davina, Mayo is not high FODMAP – no lactose or dairy as it’s made with eggs, oil and vinegar. Read my GROCERY LIST for tips about ketchup and BBQ sauce. Good luck!

      • Ava

        I started with IBS when my son was diagnosed with cancer.
        My question is can we eat horseradish ? And I wasn’t sure about shrimp .
        I made some and ate it and now my stomach is a mess. I took peptobismal and and gas mess and it has settled down slightly.

        • Colleen

          Hi Ava, I am so sorry about your son. The stress might’ve triggered your IBS symptoms. Horseradish is from the cabbage family so it could potentially trigger symptoms. However if it’s fermented, it might be good for the gut as long as no other FODMAPs were added. Shrimp is low in FODMAPs. How many shrimp did you have?

      • Christina

        I use a brand called Just Mayo and it has less ingredients in it than other brands like Hellmans. You can find it at most local grocery stores. I like it and have never had issues from it.

        • Colleen

          Thank you for the suggestion! I believe that’s Hampton Creek? The only thing is their Original Just Mayo has pea protein and that *might* be OK if it is pea protein isolate.

  2. Davina

    hiya, i only eat lighter than light mayo , i got told that it contains milk powder 🙁
    today i tried Hellmann’s Fat Free Vinaigrette , i hope its low fodmap atleast i thought it was , here is the ingredients :
    Water, spirit vinegar, herb extract, sugar, salt, red bell pepper (0.4%), thickeners (carrageenan, xanthan gum), thyme, parsley.

    many thanks

    • Colleen

      Hi Davina, So many products that says “light” or “fat free or “sugar free” tend to have added processed ingredients in them so I usually stick to the original, real deal 🙂 Of those ingredients, carrageenan might cause you some issues. Sometimes people say the say for xanthan gum but I personally have not had an issue. 🙂

  3. Debbie

    Hi, How about tooth paste? I can’t find any that does not contain Xylitol, Sorbitol or some other artificial sweetener. Thanks for any help you can offer. Deb

    • Colleen

      Hi Deb- there is a brand called Revitin that doesn’t use polyols. They are re-launching their product this Fall or Winter I believe: http://www.revitin.com/

  4. Linda

    I too am looking for a mayo that is low fodmap. I’m in MA. and everyting seems to have either garlic, onion or both! Thoughts?

      • Amber

        Hi – do you know of a brand that doesn’t have sugar? Due to other health issues I’m not allowed to have sugar. Thanks!

        • Colleen

          Hi Amber, Do you have a food processor? You can always (very easily) make your own at home.

  5. Ava

    I had a lot of shrimp. Then very bad stomach pain gas bloating. I made hot sauce with horseradish from jar and organic ketchup.
    Maybe 20 good size shrimp.
    So your response leads me to ask is Kombucha ok for us IBS people? I started making it myself with a SCOBY and the recipe when this really got bad because our son was at end of life. I was and still feel enormous stress and grief.

  6. Joyce

    When are you going to up date you list? This last was done sept 2015

    • Colleen

      Hi Joyce! When I have a few more to add I will update the list, thanks for checking in! Was there a particular kind of product that you were curious about?

  7. karen

    I’d really like to know about horse radish allowed or not..I have the FODMAP app but frankly I don’t love it. The search is horrible and a ton of foods aren’t even on it. I paid I think $7.99 for it.

    • Colleen

      Hi Karen, I do not think radishes are troublesome. For one thing, they are not high in sugar, carbs or fiber. Also the reason why you’re not seeing many foods on the app is because the Monash researchers still need funding to test and analyze more foods. When people purchase their app, those purchases help them to test and analyze more foods. So your $7.99 was put to good use! If it makes you feel better, I paid $10.99 when the app first came out 🙂

  8. Erin

    Hi Colleen, I just started the FODMAP diet this week and I am looking for a substitute for sugar free gum. All sugar free gum or candy seems to have polyols while the all the full sugar candy seems to have corn syrup. Any suggestions?

    • Colleen

      Yes actually – there’s a brand that I am doing a post about on Saturday – Simply Gum. Check back then for the post!

      • Erin

        Great! Looking forward to it. Thank you.

  9. Beverly Rose

    I keep finding sucralose in foods– is it ok & what about aspartame?

    • Colleen

      Hi Beverly Rose, saccharine, aspartame, and sucralose are not FODMAPs but I personally don’t recommend them to my clients.

  10. Sophia Bella

    Thank you so much for this list!! Its super helpful!

    • Colleen

      You’re welcome!

  11. Rosemary

    This is a great resource. Both King Arthur and Betty Crocker make good, widely available all purpose floor. Even though I love products from Bob’s Red Mill line when I checked the label of the all purpose gluten free flour, I was surprised to find two types of beans listed, one as the first ingredient and one as the last. Thanks for good work!

  12. Ava

    I was doing so well today then ate the smallest bag of chips 11g and had to run for my peptobismal, anti gas, anti diarrhea OTC meds. Stomach still gurgling . I took a photo of the ingredients for help to pin point where my problem might lie but I can’t seem to copy and paste using my iPad.
    How bad is maltodextrin ?

  13. Lindsey

    I just started the diet and am feeling very overwhelmed! I have previously eliminated dairy and high fiber foods and have now been told to eat low fodmap. My question is: Is there a good resource for serving sizes of low fodmap foods? I have seen such conflicting information and have honestly felt worse since starting. Any help you can offer is much appreciated!

    • fodmaplife

      Hi Lindsey, Sorry for just getting back to you now! I just had to dig through a ton of spam and found your comment. Yes, please use the FODMAP Friendly app or the Monash App. Both have correct low-FODMAP servings.


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