The NFCA team gathered 10 questions to ask Mary Walder, Chairman and Founder of Mary's Gone Crackers. Check back each weekday from September 10-21 to see what this gluten-free and organic advocate had to say.
What are a few simple ways people can work toward becoming a conscious eater?
What advice do you have for gluten-free diners when going to a restaurant?
When did you decide to certify your products as gluten-free?
What’s your favorite way to snack on Mary’s Gone Crackers products?
Could you explain what Proposition 37 is?
Do you have any tips for those trying to eat consciously on a budget?
What are 3 “out of the box” ingredients that you would recommend to those looking to spice up their gluten-free meals?
What are three tips you have for taking a gluten-containing recipe and making it gluten-free?
What advice would you give to those who are newly diagnosed with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity?
As a gluten-free manufacturer, you know a lot about what it takes to ensure a product stays gluten-free throughout production. Could you tell us a bit about the process?
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