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Beat the Heat with Coconut Bliss

An Allergen-Free Choice for Ice Cream Ah, ice cream. That magical dessert that can turn a blistering hot summer day into a blissful one. Though ice cream is delicious no matter how you scoop it, not all frozen treats are created equal. While some companies simply mass produce ice cream, Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss adds a bit more time and care into their products... Read More

Beating the High Cost of Gluten Free

It is a fact of life many of us have faced: gluten-free food typically costs more than "regular" food. In the fall of 2008, the Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research published the findings of a study by Dalhousie University Medical School designed to assess the differences in the cost of gluten-free foods compared to their gluten-filled counterparts... Read More

Conte’s Pasta Company

Putting Traditional Italian Back on the Table From homemade pastas to hand-tossed pizzas to fresh-baked breads, gluten is a common ingredient in traditional Italian food... Read More

Craig Pinto: Kicking 4 Celiac

It’s not every day that I get to talk to a Guinness World Record holder. In fact, I’d say it’s a first. And luckily the world records Craig Pinto set are not something that make me queasy (like sticking the most needles through his skin or having the most plastic surgery to look like a cat). No, Pinto’s world records are more than that - they’re inspiring and impressive... Read More

Follow Your Heart: A Vegan Company that Lives Up to its Name

Condiments are often a cause for concern for those on a gluten-free diet. Not just that, but those who are vegan or vegetarian can often have difficulty finding condiments that suit their dietary preferences. Companies like Follow Your Heart not only keep customer needs in mind, but also take them to heart... Read More

Gluten-Free Dining at Restaurant Chains

We've Come a Long Way Baby!   Thank goodness for P.F. Chang’s and Outback. That was one of the many thoughts running through my mind nine years ago when our then two-year-old son Ryan was diagnosed with celiac disease... Read More

Gluten-Free Entrepreneurs: To Market To Market

In the popular children’s book To Market, To Market, one woman’s shopping trip turns hectic when the animals she buys run amok in her kitchen. These days, though most of us don’t go to the market to buy a live animal, many of us still know that hectic feeling of going to the grocery store to gather countless ingredients and pick out the perfect seasonings for a recipe... Read More

Gluten-Free Gets a Healthier Spin: Kay’s Naturals

Years ago, the thought of having as many gluten-free snack options as we have today was unimaginable. And as more and more gluten-free companies sprout up, it’s clear that an even wider range of gluten-free snacks is becoming a reality. But will those choices be healthy ones? Kay’s Naturals is just one of many companies determined to provide customers with healthy, gluten-free snacks... Read More

Hodgson Mill: The Old and the New

If the old water mill on the packaging of Hodgson Mill’s products seems familiar, it is no wonder. The most photographed in the United States, the old red mill has been around since 1882, but its history began much earlier. Deep in the heart of the Ozarks, the site where the old mill still stands was originally used to power a grain mill in 1837... Read More

Kickin’ It Up a Notch

The Lagasse Girls Offer “Big Flavor, Bold Taste & No Gluten” What happens when the daughters of a celebrity chef get diagnosed with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity? First, they learn how to re-create their favorite home-cooked recipes gluten-free and then, “BAM!” – they write cookbooks to share those delicious recipes with the rest of the world... Read More

Mooove Over Cows, It’s Goat Time!

Is Goat Milk Better For You? It’s 2015, and that means it’s the Year of the Goat according to Chinese zodiac. So, what a more fitting time than now to discuss the benefits of goat milk? The market for goat milk in America has been on the upswing in recent years, as people become increasingly aware of food allergies and sensitivities, and as more people become “foodies... Read More

Share Your Story: Maureen Burke

Maureen Burke is no stranger to hard work. She rises at 7 am each morning to begin her day as the owner of One Dish Cuisine café, bakery, and deli in Ellicott City, Maryland, on the outskirts of Baltimore. Her day usually wraps up when she and her husband leave the restaurant around 9:30 pm... Read More

Sweet Christine’s: The Sweet Result of Years of Suffering from Celiac and Gluten Sensitivity

The gluten-free world is filled with stories of people who took lemons and turned them into lemonade... Read More

The Maraschino Cherry Goes Natural

For many of us, the iconic maraschino cherry has been a part of our lives from our first kiddie mocktail, the Shirley Temple, to the grown up cocktail, the Manhattan. The bright red cherries have topped cupcakes, adorned ice cream sundaes, and been eaten straight from the jar for longer than you may have imagined... Read More

Thursday Night Football

Thursday nights are a bit predictable in my house – the hubby plants himself in front of the TV to watch Thursday Night Football with his friends, debating which team is better and which players are most valuable... Read More

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