Food retailers are easing the burden borne by celiac sufferers
Lisa Garza's love affair with PCC Natural Markets is one that even Puget Sound can't suppress. Working in doctors' appointments and other errands to help justify the $26 ferry fare, she travels from her home on Bainbridge Island twice monthly to the nearest store in Seattle. Sure, Garza could fulfill her grocery list closer to home, but other retailers don't understand her needs like PCC. Garza is a celiac consumer. After being diagnosed with celiac disease six years ago, she spent ...
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