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Incredible, Edible Gluten-Free Food Fair! TM
The Denver Metro Chapter of CSA/ USA is hosting its annual gluten-free food
fair which will spotlight many of the gluten-free options available to
individuals with Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance. The Fair will be
held at the Denver Mart, Expo Hall II, 451 E. 58th Ave. Denver on Sunday
August 18, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. Ã¢€â€œ 4:00 p.m.
Celiac disease is the most common genetic, autoimmune disease, affecting
approximately 1 in 100 people. It is caused by ingestion of gluten (a
protein found in wheat, barley, rye and most oats), and is characterized by
damage to the digestive system, problems with absorbing nutrients. It can
affect multiple systems of the body. Gluten Intolerance is thought to
affect far more people, causing similar digestive symptoms and other health
The Fair will feature local and national vendors who serve the gluten-free
market. Vendors provide samples, showcase their newest product lines, give
out coupons and sell cookbooks. Last year, there were more than 3,000
participants. Over 100 vendors are scheduled for this year.
Mark your calendar to attend this fun, free and informative event.
More information is posted at: www.DenverCeliacs.org.