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                              Gluten Free Candy for Easter 2015

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I watched a show recently about how popular a Gluten-Free diet is now and all the products that are available, I believe it was Marketplace.  They mentioned shampoo and that it shouldn’t cause a problem for those who are gluten-free.  Well, I disagree with that remark.  Not long after I became gluten-free, I was feeling very good, no nausea, diarrhea, […]

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Gluten-Free Candy 2014 Click on the link above to see a list of gluten-free candy options for 2014.  Remember to check the labels for ingredients. Happy Halloween!

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New ALL BUT GLUTEN™ Baked Goods Launches During Celiac Awareness Month for Canadians on a Gluten-Free Diet. Follow the link above to read all about the new Gluten-Free baked goods now available in Canada from Weston Foods.  ?

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Taken from Health Canada’s Web Site “With new food labels for priority allergens now on most foods sold in Canada, Canadians with food allergens may be asking themselves what changes have been made and how they can use the new labels to protect themselves and their families. The new labeling rules apply to the list […]

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Hidden Valley Relabels Gluten-Free Products Coming soon to a store near you is one less thing to worry about. According to this press release, Hidden Valley salad dressings and mixes which are gluten-free will be clearly labeled as such thanks to new packaging. While this isn’t a reformulation of any products, it is a “stronger […]

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OCTOBER 19, 2016 … UPDATE:  Yesterday I went shopping for Glucosamine and discovered that Equate brand is now maked as having ‘No Gluten’.  But it is best to read labels before buying because in one store it was not marked.  It is good to see that they have improved their product by not adding gluten. WARNING […]

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On February 16th, 2011 Health Canada Published Amendments to the Food Allergen Labelling Regulations.  Canada’s new food allergen labelling regulations will come into force on August 4th, 2012 giving the manufacturers 18 months to implement the new labelling regulations.  I’ve only skimmed through the documents found at Health Canada, but I plan to read through […]

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Frito Lay Canada – List of Gluten Free Products   Frito Lay Canada have updated their Gluten Free Product list. Read More for their long list.  

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