The High Price of Gluten-free Food
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Celiac.com 02/20/2014 - There's a new study confirming the high price of gluten-free foods that is making waves beyond the shores of the UK, where it was conducted.
The study, by the food info app canieatit.co.uk, found that about 12 million consumers in Britain bought gluten-free products in the past year, a rise of 120 per cent in just five years.
The study also found that people who cut gluten from their diet pay double or triple for gluten-free versions of ordinary food.
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