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Gluten Free Labeling- “Gluten Free,” Now Means What It Says

Ever wonder how they come up with gluten free and what determines if it’s really gluten free or just maybe gluten “limited?” Well, in August 2013, the Food and Drug Administration issued a final rule that defined what characteristics a food must have to bear a label that says “gluten-free.”  As of August 5, 2014, any food product bearing a gluten-free claim labeled on or after this date must meet the rule’s requirements.

For those of you eating gluten free, this should be somewhat of a relief.  To learn more about what determines gluten, gluten free foods and the labeling of such, check out this site from the FDA.

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