Gluten free in the land down under

The predominant food regulatory body of Australia and New Zealand has laid down what has been called the “toughest labeling laws in the world,” including its standards for gluten-free products.

According to Food Standards Australia New Zealand, a regulatory body made up of the governments of the two countries and their states/territories, foods must meet […]

Study: Gluten-free diets don’t entirely protect consumers from gluten

Gluten-free food products have skyrocketed in popularity during recent years, preferred in part by consumers seeking health benefits from gluten-free diets. But there’s also another very important component to the buyer base for gluten-free goods: people with gluten intolerances, wheat allergies and celiac disease.

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder, and those who suffer from […]

Infographic: How much do you know about gluten?

Researchers explore protein linked to gluten sensitivity

While only about 1% of Americans have tested positive for celiac disease, another 6% are estimated to be sensitive to gluten — the stretchy protein that makes wheat bread fluffy and pie crusts crisp. Why those without the disease still have adverse reactions when ingesting gluten has been a question researchers have been trying to […]

Gluten-free industry continues to surge

New data recently released estimates that the market for gluten-free foods has grown 63% from 2012-2014, making it one of the fastest growing food markets worldwide. According to a recent article, one research firm is estimating the market will achieve $8.8 billion in sales by the end of 2014.

While all gluten-free food segments increased […]

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