The Range

(so far!)

At Bay‘s Kitchen, we produce a range of stir-in cooking sauces made from the finest ingredients, which are perfect for those who are following the low FODMAP diet, as well as those who simply enjoy good food.

Explore the range below and let your imagination run wild with all the dishes you create! Don‘t forget to sign up to our newsletter so you receive our latest news, tips on following a Low FODMAP Diet and our exclusive offers!

Tomato & Basil Stir-in Sauce

Tomato & Basil  

Stir-in Sauce  
Sweet & Sour Stir-in Sauce

Sweet & Sour  

Stir-in Sauce  
Jalfrezi Curry Stir-in Sauce

Jalfrezi Curry  

Stir-in Sauce  

Low FODMAP


Bay‘s Kitchen is committed to producing foods that are certified low FODMAP with no compromise on taste. FODMAP’s are a collection of poorly absorbed sugars that are found in a wide range of foods, and have been found to trigger symptoms for those who suffer with IBS.


More on FODMAP

Bay’s Story


Bay’s Kitchen was created by Hayley (‘Bay‘) who was diagnosed with IBS after years of uncomfortable digestion issues. Frustrated by a lack of products that don’t contain ingredients such as onion or garlic, she set about creating her own range of convenient low FODMAP sauces that taste great!


Meet Bay

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