Coeliac Awareness Week Gluten Free Sale

    It's Coeliac Awareness Week from the 13th to 20th March. As an accredited partner of Coeliac Australia, we want to do our part and help spread awareness about Coeliac Disease so for this week only, we are offering

    1. Gluten Free Giveaway of $200 worth of Gluten Free Treats and Meat in partnership with Brian's Gourmet Meats.

    Every Butter Mafia purchase over $50 during Coeliac Awareness Week (both online and in store) will enter a draw to win $200 worth of vouchers for you and your family to enjoy Treats and Gourmet Meats that are 100% Gluten Free and Coeliac Safe!

    One lucky winner will be announced on Friday 22nd March and will receive a $100 Butter Mafia Voucher AND a $100 Brian's Gourmet Meats Voucher. That means that if you spend $150, you'll have 3 entries for our Gluten Free giveaway.

    2. Coeliac Awareness Week Sale - 10% off*

    Applies to selected items* for online and in store orders (both pick up in store and delivery) placed between 13th to 20th March.

    Discounts apply automatically and can be viewed in cart.

    3. Free New Dessert Mini for Little Coeliacs*

    from both our Dandenong Market Store and Northcote Locations with any purchase from either store. Giveaway is for Little Coeliacs 12 years old and under who must be present to receive their dessert in person. New Dessert Mini is an Old School Plant Based Hedgehog that is to be named. The best part about this dessert is that it's egg free, dairy free, nut free and 100% gluten free.

    During Coeliac Awareness Week (13-20 March 2024), there's a nationwide effort to change perceptions of coeliac disease. Rather than focusing solely on traditional symptoms, the goal is to broaden understanding. The aim is not just to raise awareness but to drive concrete action, particularly in increasing diagnosis rates. Coeliac Australia's survey found that 2 out of every 3 diagnoses were due to symptoms unrelated to gut issues. This suggests that many cases of coeliac disease may go undiagnosed due to symptoms not typically associated with the condition. You can find out more about common symptoms and take the online self assessment here.