Gluten-free food only continues to grow in popularity, resulting in increased options for people living with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity ('gluten sensitivity'). While more, better-tasting varieties are welcomed by the gluten-free community, food safety - especially when eating outside the home - remains a top concern.
Making Eating Outside the Home Safer for the Community
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is working tirelessly to train foodservice establishments in safe gluten-free food preparation through the GREAT training programs: GREAT Kitchens and GREAT Schools, Colleges and Camps.
What are the GREAT Training Programs?
GREAT Kitchens and GREAT Schools, Colleges and Camps are comprehensive, online training programs geared toward foodservice professionals in various settings, such as restaurants, colleges, schools, camps, nursing homes, hospitals and more. Click here to learn more about the programs.
How You Can Get Involved
There's no doubt that gluten-free food is in demand, but we need your help in making these gluten-free options safe for those on a medically-necessary gluten-free diet. Click here for easy ways to make dining outside of the home safer in your community.
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