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Gluten-Free Product Reviews Gain Exposure

Gluten-Free consumers are actively seeking products that are tasty, healthy, environmentally friendly and sustainable, non GMO, organic and gluten-free as this is the food consumption of the future. If your products fit the majority of this threshold, we're interested in trial.

Gluten Free Product Reviews Include:

Honest And Thorough Product Analysis

Targeted Impressions To Celiacs And Gluten Intolerant

Gain Awareness To A Health Conscious Community

Increase Conversion ROI Directly From Review Links 

Get Social With # Hash Tag, Contests And Link Build

Lasting Relationship And Ongoing Support 

Impressions On Top Social Sites


Ideas For Your Next Gluten-Free Product Review 

  • You have a start-up brand or marketplace to introduce 
  • You have a new gluten-free product to launch
  • You have an additional SKU (flavor)
  • You have a new packaging announcement
  • You have a contest or sweepstakes to promote
  • You have an idea or concept to share
  • You know of local restaurant or hotel locations
  • You published research studies and articles  
  • You have negative news articles to share
  • You have partnership or sponsorship ideas

 

How To Submit A Gluten-Free Review*

Provide products and your gluten-free claim such as ppm testing and/or details on your manufacturing practices to ensure that you're indeed a gluten-free product.


Overview

Opinions put forth here @GlutenFreeG blog and any related social website post including any article, brand, product, product review, etc shared are of my own. Despite any former or current relationship with people, products, retailers, etc they are honest, fair and for the benefit of the health and wellness community, always.  Posts may be updated for accuracy and credibility if and when necessary at @GlutenFreeG (Craig Franzblau) complete discretion making for the greater good of the gluten free community. 



It is thought that nearly 1 in 133 Americans may suffer from Celiac Disease, a genetic auto-immune disorder. Celiac Disease occurs in 5-15% of offspring and siblings of a person with Celiac Disease. Gluten in general has been shown to be a difficult grain to digest and people can thrive without gluten in their lifestyle.

Even more consumers suffer from what they believe is gluten intolerance or further undiagnosed symptoms such as gut bloating, diarrhea and skin irritation that are possibly related to the foods we consume. Gluten is not a food allergy though. Food allergies such as wheat, dairy, soy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, etc are conditions that people can possibly outgrow, but are very serious and may require and epipen.  Celiac Disease is a lifelong auto immune disease.

Learn more at GiG, Celiac.org or Celiac.com