Starting in summer, the airline will debut their new GF meal options for those in premium cabins on long, international flights. These will be prepared in conjunction with the new FDA ruling of less than 20ppm. Summer can’t get here soon enough, but economy flyers won’t have to wait as long since starting next month, United will change over their salad dressing to one that is gluten-free. This will be the second menu option for GF eaters as United currently offers a gluten-free soup. Continue reading “United Airlines Expanding its in-air Gluten-Free Offerings”
We’ve been hearing from more and more of you that your churches are beginning to offer gluten-free options for communion (see our 2012 article here)
A woman from Madison, Wisconsin, who has celiac disease, says that she has a special arrangement for communion at St. Dennis Catholic Church in Madison. She avoids taking a wafer and drinks out of a separate cup to avoid cross contamination.
“Sometimes other people dip wafers, containing gluten, in the common cup or discharge particles into it. That contaminates the wine for a celiac,” she says. Continue reading “Does Your Church Offer Gluten-Free Communion? | Triumph Dining”
As the market for gluten-free products dramatically increases for a variety of different reasons, supermarkets are offering more extensive gluten-free sections to compete with demand. Roche Bros, headquartered in Wellesley Hills, MA, are the latest to stock their shelves with hundreds of new gluten-free items. Continue reading “Roche Bros. Expand Gluten-Free Section | Triumph Dining”
While Dunkin’ Donuts is pulling gluten-free items from their menu, Gardein, the award-winning maker of meatless foods such as Chick’n and Turk’y is introducing a new line of GF items which will include Beefless Ground, Veggie Burger and a Black Bean Burger. Continue reading “Gardein Offers New Gluten-Free Meatless Foods | Triumph Dining”
The Winter Olympics is today bringing together the world’s best athletes in Sochi, Russia in hopes of bringing home the gold. While every athlete must follow a strict diet and regimen to perform at his or her best, it was interesting to see how many follow a GF diet, whether by choice or by medical necessity. Here is a short list of some of those competitors: Continue reading “Olympic Athletes on a Gluten-Free Diet | Triumph Dining”