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Why I'm gluten free

When I was a kid I was always sick: colds, allergies, asthma, vomiting bugs – they all found me – and I was pale and failed to thrive. 835 more words

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GLUTEN FREE Roses rebranded, reshaped and repackaged after being shrunk...

Many products evolve over time: indeed, it appears that some seem to shrink before our very eyes. Recognising that Corporations need to make profit, it is an easy way of keeping a price point constant whilst squeezing out a little more profit or covering additional costs (such as inflation, ingredient cost increases and supporting the development of new products). 623 more words

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A wedding cake fit for a....Coeliac!

Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life and the cake is unquestionably one of the most central features that help to make the day memorable so finding a good gluten free cake maker can be hard; you want your cake to look amazing but most importantly you want it to taste delicious too!   695 more words

Cupcake Blog

Coeliac Awareness Week 2016: Raising the profile of our Charity...

Last year I was actively involved with the “Is it Coeliac Disease?” campaign as I was featured as one of the “models” on the posters and leaflets launched with… 453 more words

News & Views

Coeliac Awareness Week: the most important message

Coeliac Awareness Week has been another crazy busy week, filled with exciting news and gluten free product launches. Sometimes it’s hard to keep up, with companies flurrying around to get their new lines out there. 709 more words

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News: Aldi brings out gluten free stock for Coeliac Awareness Week

There’s no doubt that gluten free foods are expensive. It always seems like you pay a premium if you have coeliac disease to be able to enjoy the ‘luxuries’ of bread, cakes, crumpets or pasta. 335 more words

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Coeliac Awareness Week - promotions

This week (9-15 May) is Coeliac Awareness Week.

Coeliac UK are having a big push on improving diagnosis and encouraging people to ask people with symptoms* to consider whether coeliac disease could be the cause. 124 more words