Gluten-free snacks gain momentum during Allergy Awareness Month

Extend Nutrition confirms gluten-free status of bars, crisps, drizzles and shakes

“We recognize the need for healthy, gluten-free snacks and foods, and have developed a line that is both gluten-free and healthy.” - Jonathan Lindberg, Extend Nutrition outreach manager.
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Gluten Free IconST. LOUIS, MO - Craig Franzblau takes gluten-free labels seriously and if he dines outs he makes sure the restaurant guarantees that the food it says is gluten-free actually is.
“I read every ingredient and always have a few gently asked questions to ask a human being before I purchase or put anything into my body,” he said.
Craig has celiac disease, an autoimmune digestive condition that causes damage to the small intestines and interferes with the absorption of nutrients from food. The disease is triggered by the consumption of gluten, which is found in wheat, barley and rye.