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GREAT Kitchens: Gluten-Free Training


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GREAT Kitchens - Gluten-Free Training

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The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is proud to offer gluten-free training to foodservice professionals working in a variety of settings. Learn what it takes to meet gluten-free needs and how you can serve gluten-free meals safely and confidently.

Cost: $100 for the management training course, $50 for the standard training course.  For more information on pricing and group discounts, contact Jerry Norris at jnorris@celiaccentral.org.

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Midwest Foodservice Expo: Get the Scoop on Gluten-Free

Get hands-on GREAT Kitchens training from the NFCA pros at the Midwest Foodservice Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on Monday, March 10, 2014.  Learn more through the link above.

What is GREAT Kitchens?

Learn about the NFCA's gluten-free training program for chefs, caterers and foodservice professionals.

Promo Video

Watch a preview video and learn more about the new GREAT Kitchens learning modules.

Chef's Table

NFCA is gathering some of the nation's top chefs to serve as representatives for the expanded GREAT Kitchens program. These chefs are experienced in gluten-free food preparation and have demonstrated concern for the healthy and safety of celiac and gluten sensitive consumers.

GREAT Schools, Colleges and Camps

NFCA offers gluten-free training for dining services directors and staff at K-12 schools, colleges, universities and camps. Learn more about the gluten-free foodservice program and register now.

See NFCA's current GREAT Kitchens.

See NFCA's current GREAT Schools, Colleges and Camps.

Gluten-Free Recipes for Foodservice Professionals

Need inspiration for planning a gluten-free menu at your establishment?  Visit the Argo Foodservice Gluten-Free Recipe Box.

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