Misconceptions about the gluten-free diet are more than just annoying. Sometimes they’re dangerous.
Whatever your best story is about gluten-free eating in unusual circumstances, B.Donald Andrasik can probably top it. Take this one,…
Some interesting consumer perspectives of the gluten-free diet are revealed in research data from Mintel. Some of it is contradictory.
The oats are being optically and mechanically sorted to remove gluten-containing grains that commonly cross-contaminate oat crops.
Whether it’s your first gluten-free holiday or it’s been so long you’ve lost count, we’re here to help you get over some of the rough spots.
Our Celiac Awareness Month campaign kicks off today. Here’s a detailed look at all the things we have planned throughout the month.
General Mills is making five flavors of its popular Cheerios gluten free. The gluten-free Cheerios will start to appear on store shelves in August.
A pastry chef shares her secrets
The TTB is reviewing its gluten-free labeling policy in light of the FDA’s approval of a 20 parts per million standard for gluten-free labeling.
The FDA will test products labeled “gluten free” to a standard of 20 parts per million of gluten to assure companies are complying with the new rules.
Glutino is launching a gluten-free toaster pastry.
If you live in an area where Tastykake is sold, keep an eye out for this new entry in the gluten-free market to show up on your grocery shelf.
We’re more than 2 years past a deadline for important legislation that would benefit everyone with celiac disease.
The number of people in the US who have celiac disease has been doubling every 15 years, with most of the increase found among the elderly, according to a new study.
Like all things gluten free, you have to weigh the facts that are available in deciding whether to keep using the Lipton soup mixes.
With news of celiac disease and the gluten-free diet everywhere, I couldn’t help but think how far we’ve come raising awareness of a disease hardly ever heard.
The National Restaurant Association is meeting in Chicago right now and one of the big topics of discussion is gluten-free menus.
This afternoon we headed to Sweet Sin Bakery in nearby Baltimore to try out their new gluten-free lunch menu.
What happened to the”gluten free” label which has been ignored by the FDA even though Congress passed legislation that said it had to be finalized by 2008?
The biggest change in the Food and Drug Administration’s study of what consumers think about gluten-free labels is the way the agency will get volunteer participants.