Introducing the newly FODMAP Friendly certified Slendier!

Posted on July 06, 2022

Introducing the newly FODMAP Friendly certified Slendier!

Slendier products are manufactured with little processing and high-quality ingredients and come from all over the world. Slendier is there to support everyone’s wellbeing by making every day a good food day.

The inspiration behind Slendier

The company began in 2007 as the sole provider of konjac in Australia and New Zealand, with an emphasis on the diet/weight loss segment. Slendier’s focus has shifted to an overall health and wellness food range since the company’s management changed in 2017. Their focus has been on expanding the product line – always with a healthy emphasis.

What makes Slendier different?

Konjac is a vegetable that has been grown and used for centuries in Asia and is well known for its health benefits. Shirataki noodles (its Japanese name) are another name for it. It’s naturally high in glucomannan, a fibre that makes you feel fuller for longer. It contains no sugar, fat, carbohydrates, or calories. It’s pre-cooked and quick to prepare, making it ideal for a busy lifestyle.

Check out the FODMAP Friendly certified products from Slendier!!

Slendier is one of the largest suppliers of konjac pasta and rice.
Slendier products are naturally high in glucomannan fiber which makes you feel full. Very low calories and zero carbohydrates & zero fat and sugar.

Konjac Noodles

Konjac Angel Hair

Konjac Fettuccini

Konjac Spaghetti

Konjac Lasagne

Konjac Rice

Where can I purchase Slendier?

Slendier products can be found in the health food aisles of major supermarkets across Australia and New Zealand, including Coles, Foodworks, IGA, and Woolworths.
Slendier products are also available online at and on their website.

Where can I find out more information on Slendier?

You can follow Slendier on Instagram and can check out their website for
product updates!
Keep your eyes peeled, there are some exciting new Slendier products on the horizon too!


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