Schär is an expert and undisputed European market leader in the area of gluten-free food development and production. Providing innovative solutions which continually contribute to improving the lives of people with coeliac condition, has been Schär strategy for more than 30 years.


Schär stands for high-quality solutions to problems. The fact that it has also been possible to pay special attention to the taste can be attributed to sophisticated manufacturing processes along with stringent demands in terms of safety and quality.


Product portfolio

Schär product portfolio includes gluten-free flours, pasta, bread and a variety of bread substitute products such as biscuits and sweets, snacks and cereals.



Pan Carré is classic white freshly sliced bread, produced by using exclusively natural gluten- and wheat-free raw materials. Without addition of egg, milk and soya, free from lactose. No preservatives. Soft and good taste. Ideal basis for hearty toasts, tasty sandwiches, or party snacks.

Net weight: 400 g (2 x 200 g)



Rustico is gluten-free multigrain bread. Rich in fibre. Free from wheat and lactose.

Without addition of egg and milk. The new bread with buckwheat flour, millet and whole rice flour. A welcome change with healthy wholemeal flour mix and a hearty taste. With no more than just a knob of butter or margarine, Rustico is irresistible!

Net weight: 450 g



BREAD MIX B is gluten-free bread mix. Free from wheat and lactose. Without addition of soya, egg and milk. The ideal convenience flour blend for every kind of bread and yeast dough, as well as sweet or wholesome pastries. Bake your own tin loaf, bread rolls, pizza, foccacia or currant bread to your choice! Thanks to the characteristics of "Bread Mix", your dough will rise well and bake wonderfully!

Net weight: 1 kg



Salinis is gluten-free pretzels. Free from wheat and lactose. Without addition of egg and milk. These small, crunchy, salted gluten-free pretzels add the right flavour to any occasion and at any day time. Enjoy these delicious pretzels!

Net weight: 60 g

Biscuits and sweets

Biscotti con cioccolato – exclusively natural gluten-free biscuits with chocolate. Free from wheat. Ideal for between-meal snacks or for those who just want to nibble on something sweet.

Net weight: 150 g


Pepitas – natural gluten-free biscuits with chocolate bits. Free from wheat. Chocolate that can be enjoyed at any time. When dipped in milk for breakfast, they make for a pleasant start to the day.

Net weight: 200 g


Snack – chocolate wafers with hazelnuts. Gluten and wheat free. Without addition of egg. A good serving of energy. The crispy wafer filled with hazelnut creme and coated in delicious chocolate will delight everybody!

Net weight: 105 g (3 x 35 g)

Schär products are available in all the best Latvian pharmacies and supermarkets.

More information on Schär gluten-free products you can find out in the company's English website; here is a link: or in the attached product catalog.



What is the coeliac condition?


Coeliac disease is a disease caused by dietary intolerance to gluten existing in a number of cereals.



Symptoms of coeliac condition


The most common manifestations are diarrhoea, weight loss and general weakening, abdominal bloating and abdominal pain, vomiting, and, for children, growth retardation. The coeliac condition does not always present itself in the same way. We have to say that not only children but also adults suffer from this disease. The symptoms of the coeliac condition can vary from person to person.


What is gluten?


Gluten is a protein substance that is present in certain cereals, such as wheat, oats, barley, rye, emmer, kamut, spelt and triticale. Gluten has very little nutritional value. In fact, the main function of this protein is to act as a bonding agent, that is, to cause flour to cohere, which makes baking of bread possible.


How to live with coeliac condition?


A strict gluten-free diet is the only effective therapy. You may eat only those products which do not contain gluten. Unfortunately for celiac disease there are no medicines currently. Many people worry about dietary limitations and restrictions. However, there is no reason for concern. Even though it means following certain rules, life with the coeliac condition can be lived with intensity and enjoyment. A coeliac need not make any compromises in quality of life!


What is allowed to eat?


Numerous naturally gluten-free foods exist that may be consumed without reservation. They are: rice, maize, potatoe, pulses, buckwheat, manioc, tapioca, and chestnuts, milk and dairy products, meat, fish, eggs, vegetable oils, vegetables, and fruit. In addition, there is a vast range of processed foods (including bread, pasta, biscuits and cereals) that caters especially for the dietary needs of coeliacs. These foods can be identified by a crossed-out grain stalk. on the package, a symbol that guarantees the absence of gluten.


What is prohibited to eat?


Foods that must be eliminated completely include all those containing derivatives of wheat and other cereals, such as oats, barley, rye, emmer, kamut, spelt and triticale. Risky foods include instant soups, sausages, soy sauce, meat flavouring mixes, candies and sweets, ice cream, starch, maltodextrin, glucose syrup and malt. Certain foods may be consumed only after one has made sure that they are free of gluten.