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Gluten Intolerance Group hosts virtual event about GF testing

Ever wonder how companies ensure their products are gluten-free? How do we know the food we eat is truly gluten-free? We rely on labeling, right? Certification marks are a big deal to many of us on a gluten-free diet, but there is a whole process of testing behind those certification labels that many of us don’t know much about. Coming up in about a week, the Gluten Intolerance Group is hosting a

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GIG hosts A Night to Care gala to expand support of gluten-free families

Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), one of the largest non-profit gluten-free advocacy organizations, and GIG Cares, a non-profit organization tackling challenges facing the gluten-free community, are hosting A Night to Care, an evening gala to raise funds to support its

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Gluten Intolerance Group Works to Reduce GF Food Insecurity

For more than 47 years, the Gluten Intolerance Group has helped lead the charge for better safety, more inclusion, and accessible resources for people who eat gluten-free. Their overall goal is to try to make life easier for people living gluten-free, and with their programs like

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GIG Offers Programs to Make Your GF Life Easier

Need Support with Gluten-Free Living? Gluten Intolerance Group Offers Programs to Make Your GF Life Easier Whether you’ve been newly diagnosed with celiac disease or you’ve been gluten-free for a while, if you’re looking for support, Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) has programs and resources to help. Maybe you’re having trouble affording gluten-free products, or you […]

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New to gluten-free? Make GreenPan your new cookware

If you are new to gluten-free, listen up! Going gluten-free is a lifestyle change, not just a diet. It requires that you look at sources of hidden gluten, like your dish sponge, your cutting boards, and your cookware, and replacing those things to avoid

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What Do You Do If You Accidentally Ingest Gluten?

Food editor Beth Hillson grapples with that (hopefully seldom) reality of gluten contamination. “Oops, I ate a wheat cracker,” Andrew wrote to us in a recent e-mail. I sensed the urgency in his tone

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