BSG offers, after over twenty years of experience, a large catalog of products differentiated into the following categories:

Gluten-free foods

Foods that do not contain gluten, a protein found in some grains such as wheat, barley and rye. Gluten is a complex protein that can be difficult for some people to digest, causing a condition called celiac disease. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease that can cause damage to the small intestine if you consume foods containing gluten.

Gluten-free foods come in a variety of forms, including cereals, pastas, breads, cookies, baked goods and snacks. Gluten-free products are often marked with a label indicating that they do not contain gluten.

Protein and non-protein foods

Foods that provide a high amount of protein. Proteins are essential nutrients that play an important role in many bodily functions, including growth, tissue repair, and enzyme production.

Protein foods include meat, fish, eggs, dairy products, legumes, nuts and seeds. Protein-free foods are foods that do not contain proteins.

Organic foods

Food produced according to organic farming methods. Organic farming uses production methods that are environmentally friendly and promote healthy soil, plants and animals.

Organic foods come in a variety of forms, including fruits, vegetables, meat, fish, eggs, dairy and grains.

Early childhood foods

Food intended for children under 1 year of age. Baby foods are designed to meet the nutritional needs of growing children.

Baby foods include liquid foods, such as formula and shakes, and solid foods, such as cereals, purees, and vegetables.

Foods for diabetics and without sugar

Foods designed to be easy to digest and not cause blood sugar spikes. Diabetic foods are often low in carbohydrates and high in fiber.

Sugar-free foods are foods that do not contain sugar. Consuming sugar-free foods can be helpful for people who need to limit their sugar intake, such as diabetics or people with obesity.

Allergen-free foods for intolerances and allergies

Foods that do not contain allergens, substances that can cause allergic reactions. The most common allergens include gluten, soy, dairy, eggs, nuts and seeds.

Allergen-free foods come in a variety of forms, including cereals, pastas, breads, biscuits, baked goods and snacks. Allergen-free products are often marked with a label indicating that they do not contain allergens.

Foods for vegan and vegetarian diets

Diets that exclude the consumption of meat, fish and other products of animal origin. Vegan diets also exclude the consumption of eggs and dairy products.

Vegan and vegetarian diets can be a healthy choice, but it's important to make sure you get all the nutrients you need. People following vegan and vegetarian diets need to pay particular attention to their intake of protein, iron, calcium and vitamin B12.

Kosher diet foods

Diet observed by observant Jews. The kosher diet follows a series of rules regarding the preparation and consumption of food.

The rules of the kosher diet cover the types of animals that can be eaten, how the animals must be slaughtered, and how foods must be prepared.

Dietary-therapeutic foods in general

Foods designed to meet the specific nutritional needs of people with certain health conditions. Diet therapeutic foods can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including celiac disease, diabetes, obesity and allergies.

Dietary therapeutic foods come in a variety of forms, including dietary supplements, processed foods, and fresh foods.