Have you ever doubted that a meal you ordered in a restaurant was actually gluten-free? Ever wanted to test it yourself before diving in? The Nima sensor from 6SensorLabs now makes that possible, thanks to an easy-to-use device.
The 49 restaurants’ menus have new items, including a cheese-filled ravioli that the chain developed with its supplier, prepared with cheese and spring vegetables.
The ravioli were produced in a plant that is cleaned, swabbed and tested for gluten before manufacturing the pasta. Maggiano’s then sent the item to a third-party inspector to test that it met or exceeded gluten-free standards. Continue reading “Maggiano’s Offers Gluten-free Menu”
Fortunately the company makes many other gluten-free products, including Eggo Gluten Free Waffles, Fruit Flavored Snacks, Kellogg’s To Go Breakfast Shakes, Special K Breakfast Shakes, Special K Gluten Free Cereal, Special K Popcorn Chips, and Special K Protein Shakes. Continue reading “Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Gluten-Free Cereal is No More”
This summer, five bars will be marketed as gluten-free. Three of the products were already made without gluten but weren’t labeled so. General Mills changed the recipe on a fourth bar – Nut Crisps – to remove barley malt and make it gluten-free. The company has also developed a new, gluten-free line – the Simple Nut Bar. Continue reading “General Mills Adding to its Gluten-Free Product Lineup”