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Gluten Free Food Manufacturing & Packaging Made Easier

The Gluten Free Certification Organization is Proud to Announce the Certification of the Raymond-Hadley Corporation, a Large-scale, Niche Producer.

Raymond-Hadley Corporation is now certified to provide gluten free ingredients and production and packaging services for clients requiring gluten free products.

Food companies and food production plants face a multitude of challenges in not only acquiring gluten-free ingredients but in the process of gluten-free food production itself, which is why the recent certification of the Raymond-Hadley Corporation is exciting and welcome news for the industry.

The services Raymond-Hadley has to offer the gluten-free food producer are many.
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Their gluten free ingredient stock is extensive and includes both commodity, such as beans and flours, and more unusual ingredients, such as ethnic spices. The company also provides gluten free certified production services including formulation and blending of dry mixes and packaging procedures.

Currently the Raymond-Hadley customer client base includes United States and Central and South American companies. Certification by the Gluten Intolerance Group®, the reigning force behind the national standard for safe gluten levels in food products, has provided the company a valuable niche in the food manufacturing industry.

To learn more about the Raymond-Hadley Corporation
Website: http://www.raymondhadley.com

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Chris Russo

said this on
24 Jul 2011 4:02:42 AM PST
Looking for a facility to bake my gluten free cookies and cakes. Would like to start a business. Need a certified gluten free manufacturer.

 
John

said this on
21 Oct 2011 12:41:07 PM PST
It's amazing. We're starting to see manufacturers produce packaging for everything you can imagine. Now gluten-free food? Amazing!




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