My son, my father and I Danja Balzen, the owner of Haseklee, have also had food intolerances for several years. My son's fructose intolerance really caused us problems after his diagnosis. What does he eat now, where do we buy it and what should we cook now? In the meantime, he has also been diagnosed with lactose intolerance and Crohn's disease, and it's no longer possible for him to just go out for a meal or just grab something at random in the supermarket. So when I got my fructose intolerance, at least we were prepared.
After a few bad purchases in the supermarket and the realization that many suppliers write that the product should be fructose-free, but then you find sugar (sometimes in any form) in the list of ingredients, we decided in 2017 to take things into our own hands. It is simply a concern for us to make shopping for food easier and not have to search for hours to find something delicious.
But with us you can eat carefree again and since many products of it are also processed or eaten at home, we know about the good taste and compatibility. New products are extensively tested for taste and consistency before being sold.