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Gluten-free for all: Even if they're not allergic to it, more people are going ...

Lexington Herald Leader

"In the consumer's mind, gluten-free meant 'It doesn't taste good,'" says Alice Bast, president of the National Celiac Awareness Foundation. And now? Walk the aisles of any supermarket and "gluten-free" is shouting from the shelves.

Gluten-free foods storm Portland Bizjournals.com

San-J Tamari Gluten-Free Soy Sauce Celiac.com

Recent diet trends prompt changes in dining services Daily 49er

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I sincerely wish, in the name of gluten-free (and other food allergies/intolerances) we would get "cleaner" foods instead of new "junk" foods.

That said, I am immensely grateful for some of the new "junk" foods when it comes to the holidays and converting gluteny recipes.

I just wish there was more concentration on getting gluten out of processed items that are used in restaurants, etc. And available in grocery stores. I'm not talking about reworking a cracker - im talking about condiments, ice cream, etc.

And I wish more restaurants cooked with real food (so they could easily make gluten-free dishes), and I wish they would be knowledgeable about cc of all types.

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