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Mary's Gone Crackers: Live Q&A Sessions with Mary Waldner

Do you think the gluten-free “trend” is a positive or negative for those with gluten-related disorders?Mary's Gone Crackers logo

Are you curious about what makes an “organic” packaged food different from other packaged foods?

Mary Waldner, the founder of the Mary’s Gone Crackers, is a celiac disease advocate and a proponent of organic foods. This April, the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) will host two special chats with Mary on some of the hottest topics in food: how manufacturers use organic ingredients and the rising number of people eating gluten-free.

Don’t miss your chance to have your questions answered by Mary!

Gluten-Free Giveaway!

Fill out the giveaway entry form for your chance to win a prize pack, complete with products from Mary's Gone Crackers, including the new gluten-free love Cookies!

Want an extra entry?  Ask Mary a question during the Twitter chat or Facebook Q&A (details below) and you'll be entered for the giveaway as a thank you for your participation! If you participate in both chats, you'll get two entries.

New Printable GuideBeyond Gluten-Free PDF


In honor of Earth Day on April 22, NFCA and Mary's Gone Crackers are unveiling a new printable guide, focused on the other food labels we see on our gluten-free food: organic, whole grain, vegan and Non-GMO.  Download this free printable guide to learn more about what these labels mean (includes a gluten-free recipe from Mary's Gone Crackers!). 

 

Beyond Gluten-Free: 4 Common Food Labels

 

 
  • Live Facebook Q&A with Mary Waldner: April 22

    facebook iconCelebrate Earth Day by chatting with Mary about how she uses organic ingredients in her products, and how you can explore using organic ingredients in your own gluten-free cooking.

  • #GFreeNotFad Twitter Chat: April 24

    twitter iconThe latest report finds that nearly 1/3 of Americans are saying goodbye to gluten.  NFCA (@CeliacAwareness) will host a chat with Mary (@GoneCrackers) on Wednesday, April 24 in a discussion about the gluten-free diet: Health Trend vs. Medical Necessity.

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