FDA Gluten-Free Labeling Rule
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finalized a standard definition of "gluten-free" in August 2013, and the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is here to tell you what it's all about.
Please explore these resources on the FDA’s gluten-free labeling regulations and learn what the rule means for the gluten-free consumer.
Visit this web section to learn what the term "gluten-free" means on a food label under the new rule. Content includes:
- The full FDA criteria for a food to be labeled "gluten-free"
- NFCA's Gluten-Free Labeling Fact Sheet
- Presentation explaining gluten testing methods
Read the announcement, including comments from NFCA President Alice Bast and other leading celiac disease experts.
Download the free archive version of this webinar, which provided an overview of the FDA's rule, discussed what is and isn't covered and provided insights on how the rule may affect the manufacturing industry.
Download the free archive version of this webinar, which provided a recap of the rule's parameters and information on the consumer's role in manufacturer compliance. This webinar featured Suzanne M. Wolcoff, MS, RD, Senior Regulatory Review Officer, Labeling Regulations and Implementation Team, ONLDS/CFSAN/FDA.