Here are links to some of NCA's most popular resources for you to explore:Going Gluten-Free: Off to a Fresh Start! This informative video presentation covers celiac disease & other gluten-related conditions - symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, complications, the gluten-free diet - foods allowed/not allowed, oats, hidden sources of gluten, reading labels and product
Special content on social media throughout the month of May!Be sure to tune in to all of our social media accounts (find the links in the top right corner of this page) for extra content to help raise awareness! Throughout the month, we will be sharing advocacy tips and education.
The Milton’s Craft Bakers team is excited to offer you a chance to experience how incredibly delicious our thin and crispy Cauliflower Crust Pizzas are with a FREE Pizza Party! Milton's Cauliflower Crust Pizzas will be provided for you and a group of friends or family to bake at home
Time to CelebrateWhether celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying quality time with friends, tasty, nutritious gluten-free appetizers make any gathering more memorable. Fancy, French (and festive!) names for appetizers include canapes, hors d’oeuvres, and amuse-bouche. They’re all similar ways to describe a small portion of food eaten before a
Here is more information on oats, a retrospective data analysis from Gluten-Free Watchdog.The Food Labeling Modernization Act of 2023 was introduced on April 26, 2023. This bill would amend FALPCA (Food Allergen Labeling and Consumer Protection Act) to require that food product packaging disclose all gluten-containing grains. Click here to read
This Month's Featured EventsThere are a lot of events this month, both in person and virtual. Visit the Events Page to learn about them all! Here are just a few of the highlights:Distillery Tour (Nashville, TN): The Vanderbilt University Medical Center Celiac Disease Clinic invites you to a patient support
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