Gluten-free Glut

May 2013
Retail Merchandiser;May/Jun2013, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on trend in gluten-free food category. It alleges that even people without Celiac disease who can tolerate gluten are cutting down consumption of gluten in their diets. It makes reference to the report "Eating Patterns in America," by Harry Balzer of CREST foodservice market research group of The NPD Group on consumer preference for gluten-free or wheat-free foods in restaurants.


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