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White sorghum a rising star on the gluten-free scene – Brisbane Times

Brisbane TimesAustralia is far behind the US, where sorghum has become the go-to gluten-free food. Sorghum has been a staple food for thousands of years in Africa, and is used in liquor in China. “It’s the fifth most consumed cereal in the world – there’s more …

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1 in 5 are now gluten-free shoppers – Leitrim Observer – Leitrim Observer

Leitrim ObserverAccording to new Bord Bia research, gluten free has now gone mainstream with one in five (20%) Irish people shopping for gluten free food regularly. The gluten … and more


Taking gluten free to the next level – The Irish Times – Irish Times

Irish TimesBeing diagnosed coeliac changed food for Finn Ní Fhaoláin forever. and more

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One in five now shop for gluten-free food. How does this impact Irish … – Agriland

AgrilandOne in five Irish people shop for gluten-free food regularly, according to Bord Bia research. The market is estimated to be worth €66million.Irish people wasting millions on gluten-free ‘fad’, says doctorIrish TimesOne in 5 eating gluten-free despite only 1% of people being…Newstalk 106-108 fmOne in five Irish people are regular gluten free shoppers Agriculture …Business […]


A gluten-free food festival is coming to Greater Manchester – Manchester Evening News

Manchester Evening NewsIf you’ve ever looked on longingly at your pals munching pizza and sinking beers in the sun, you’ll know food festivals can be a minefield for people with coeliac disease. But nobody has to miss out at a new, entirely gluten-free food and drink fest …

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Saving NHS by ending gluten-free food prescriptions? – The … – Emergency-Live (press release) (blog)

Emergency-Live (press release) (blog)The Department of Health launched a consultation seeking views on the prescribing of gluten-free foods, in a bid to save the NHS millions each year. and more


Gluten free: one of 3 trends shaking up commodities – Financial Times

Financial Times“The market started to grow beyond people who were just needs-based and into a lifestyle choice,” says Michael Detlefsen, managing director of Pomegranate Capital in Toronto, a private equity company with an investment in a gluten-free food manufacturer.

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