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Gluten-Free Food Labels Reviewed By Fda For Trust Issues: Celiac Disease News - Emaxhealth

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Gluten-free food labels reviewed by FDA for trust issues: Celiac disease news

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A new study reveals that gluten-free labels on food products can be trusted in 98.9 percent of the cases. The majority of the items lining grocery shelves and claiming not to contain gluten are following the FDA guidelines. However, people with celiac ...

FDA survey shows excellent compliance for gluten-free labelled foods, but what ... FoodNavigator-USA.com

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"Food products that were not labeled as gluten-free but did not have obvious sources of the protein in the ingredient list were a problem. They found that 19.4 percent of these items had more than 20 ppm of gluten."

Wow! I feel such a mix of emotions reading that sobering news.

Thanks for posting such invaluable information. I am shocked by those results.

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Also relevant from study abstract:

"The presence of oats in non-gluten-free labelled foods was strongly correlated with a positive ELISA result. Gluten was also found in a significant number of foods with gluten/wheat-related advisory warnings."

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