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      After using the Now Find Gluten Free app for only a couple of weeks, I can't imagine not having it. Everyone with a special diet should give this app a try.


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    Celiac.com 11/02/2018 - I recently downloaded Now Find Gluten Free, which is a free app that is available in the Apple iTunes Store, and it can also be downloaded for other platforms in the Google Play Store.

    One thing about the app that was immediately noticeable was its simple, user-friendly interface.  From the home page one can browse “All Products,” or browse by “Brands” or “Categories,” and there are even “Fresh Goods” and “Coupons” areas so you can quickly find fresh items and get great deals on many items.



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    At the top of the screen is a search box so you can search all products to quickly find exactly what you are looking for. I searched for “pancake” and was impressed by the large number of gluten-free pancake mixes that were displayed, broken down neatly in alphabetical order. Touching a search result brings you to a product page, where you can see all of the product's details, including its description, ingredients, dietary filters (these include additional things like egg-free, lactose-free, casein-free, etc.), and notes, which is an area where you can record your own notes about the product. There are also “Like” and “Dislike” buttons so you can easily flag the things you like or dislike, and an “Add to List” option so you can add items to your shopping list.

    I really liked the “Dietary Filters” option that allows you to filter out any foods that contain other things that you might be avoiding like dairy, casein, artificial colors or flavors, eggs, peanuts, soy, etc. It also allows you to filter by different dietary choices such as organic, non-GMO, Kosher, paleo, vegetarian, etc., so the dietary filters are very robust indeed with 23 in total.

    And if everything above just isn't enough for this free app, it also offers links to great recipes and videos, as well as featured brands, coupons, and products sections. Their website also has recipes, tips, and tricks to help those on a gluten-free diet.

    After using the Now Find Gluten Free app for only a couple of weeks, I can't imagine not having it. Everyone with a special diet should give this app a try.

    You can download Now Find Gluten Free in the  Apple iTunes Store or in the Google Play Store.

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