DAYTON, Ohio — Gluten-free designations are cropping up on nonfood items such as vitamins and creams, lotions and other products absorbed by the skin. “We’ve seen a 43% increase in body care products being labeled as gluten-free and certified as gluten-free,” explained Cynthia Kupper, executive director of the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America during “The Gluten Free Movement Within Specialty Foods" webinar hosted last week by The National ...

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