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Through a nationwide survey, NFCA will gain more insight to gluten-free life on college campuses to help make the transition easier for students.
Yahoo! Shine Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Romolini reveals “What is celiac disease?” was the 3rd most asked medical question on the search engine.
The Georgia firm has recalled their certified gluten-free chicken nuggets due to misbranding and undeclared wheat on the product label.
Recent settlement involving Lesley University sets precedent for gluten-free accommodations, becomes major news story from the Associated Press. Updated information included.
Gluten Free Travel Site credits the Keystone State’s win to the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness’ GREAT Kitchens program.
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