By Laura (The Gluten-Free Traveller)

We are happy to announce that Triumph Dining will be appearing at The Gluten & Allergen Free Expo, presented by Living Without Magazine, this September in Dallas, Texas.  If you’re planning on going to this event make sure you stop by our booth and say hello to us!

The Gluten & Allergen Free Expo Vendor Fair takes place on Saturday and Sunday, 8th and 9th of September, at The Westin Park Central in Dallas, Texas. The cost to attend the event is $20 for adults and $5 for children. All of the vendors at the expo will be 100% percent gluten free, including us!

The expo welcomes those from the gluten-free community, autism community and allergen-free communities.  This is a community event where everyone on a restricted diet is welcome and will find many items that meet their dietary needs.

By purchasing your tickets online, you won’t need to wait in line at the event. Also, if you want to avoid the large crowds, you can purchase an early-admission ticket.  For a few extra dollars you can beat the crowds and arrive an hour early.

All participants will be given a bag to carry their items from the event and a program book to take notes about their favorite products.

There are cooking, lifestyle and 101 classes being offered throughout the weekend.  These are included with the price of the vendor fair ticket but seating is limited so get in early if you’re interested!

There will be over 100 vendors at the event sampling and selling foods, health and beauty products, cleaning supplies and supplements. A number of non-profits will be represented, as well as cookbook authors and magazines.

“Living on a restricted diet doesn’t have to mean living without the joy of cooking, baking and eating foods that look and taste great,” said Jen Cafferty, founder of the Gluten & Allergen Free Expo. “There is nothing like this in the area – a place where individuals, parents, and others can spend from a few hours to a full day sampling hundreds of products, and discovering that special dietary needs and cookies that taste like cardboard are not synonymous.”

If you’re anywhere near the Dallas area, this sounds like a great event to attend.

See you in Dallas!