Five Percent of Tested Foods Making Gluten-Free Claims are not Gluten-Free Study Finds Thompson T, Simpson, S. A comparison of gluten levels in labeled gluten-free and certified gluten-free foods sold in the United States European Journal of Clinical Nutrition advance
At our sister site, Gluten Free Watchdog we have received emails from concerned consumers about gluten-free baked goods made in-house by grocery stores and food co-ops and the potential for cross-contact with wheat. As a first step, please speak directly with
A public version of this report has been posted at https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/blog.php?id=27
Summary findings from two years of testing labeled gluten-free foods sold in the US was recently published in the Journal Practical Gastroenterology. See http://tinyurl.com/k58kx2d
The poster we presented at the International Celiac Disease Symposium has been posted at https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/blog.php?id=8. A more comprehensive report representing two years worth of data will be published in October in the journal Practical Gastroenterology. Thanks to everyone who supports this
Amy Jones, MS, RD, Lisa Almenoff, MS, RD, Luke Emerson-Mason (Bia Diagnostics), Thomas Grace (Bia Diagnostics), Kristin Voorhees (NFCA), Cheryl McEvoy (NFCA) and FA (winery) contributed to the birth of this article. Bottom Line: Two bottles of wine aged in
Please visit Gluten Free Watchdog to read this important information about quinoa and possible barley contamination courtesy of The Chicago Rabbinical Council https://www.glutenfreewatchdog.org/blog.php?id=8.
As of February 15, 2012 Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC (www.glutenfreewatchdog.org) has tested 150 packages of labeled gluten-free food (representing 50 different products). Each sample was tested in duplicate for a total of 300 extractions. Of the 300 extractions, 268 or
Hopefully many of you submitted comments to FDA regarding gluten-free rulemaking. The comment period has now closed. I am posting both the letter FDALetter and product testing information FDAAttachment2SummaryFindingsGFWRN from Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC (www.glutenfreewatchdog.org) recently submitted to FDA (manufacturer names redacted).
Gluten Free Watchdog, LLC has tested a cross section of gluten-free foods since its debut on May 16. Flours, mixes, hot cereals, ready-to-eat cereals, cookies, snack foods, breads, pastas, soups, and tortillas from Arrowhead Mills, Authentic Foods, Bob’s Red Mill,