Comments for: Gluten-free for all: Even if they’re not allergic to it, more people are going without it

Posted April 03, 2012, at 12:46 p.m.

Gluten-free used to be something that food makers didn’t brag about. The few products that were free of wheat or gluten would say so in small type on the back. “In the consumer’s mind, gluten-free meant ‘It doesn’t taste good,’” says Alice Bast, president of the National Celiac Awareness Foundation. …

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