Defining Gluten Free
In the absence of a federal definition for “gluten free,” the food companies themselves are the ones left to define the coveted term — or not. For manufacturers, third-party certifiers have cropped up as a testing option for those looking to prove their claims and stand out in the marketplace. Quality Assurance International and the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness recently introduced a standard that certifies products containing fewer than 10 parts per million ...
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