Breaking News: FDA Finalizes Gluten Free Labeling Laws

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After years of pressure from the gluten free community for The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to finalize the gluten free labeling laws¬†(actually rules, not laws), the wait is over. Today the FDA announced the definition of ‚Äúgluten-free‚ÄĚ for food labeling. Those with celiac disease and gluten intolerance will soon be able to rest assured that food labeled gluten free is safe to consume, for most. Continue reading “Breaking News: FDA Finalizes Gluten Free Labeling Laws”

FDA Seeks Input on Gluten in Drugs to Protect Celiac Disease Patients

In 2011, the FDA opened a docket for discussing gluten-free food labeling to help those wth celiac disease and high gluten intolerance. This year’s¬†subject open for discussion is gluten in drugs. The products in question¬†include prescription, nonprescription, biologic, and homeopathic drugs.¬†Learn about the FDA’s assessment results on the percentage of gluten tolerated by those with celiac disease and what they are seeking in regards to comments on gluten in medication and from whom. Continue reading “FDA Seeks Input on Gluten in Drugs to Protect Celiac Disease Patients”

Gluten Free Labeling: FDA Reopens Commenting

What exciting news! Our voices have been heard loud and clear.¬†The FDA has not only reopen the docket on gluten-free labeling, but has opened up the communication line, as well. Those with celiac disease, gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity, along with manufacturers and more, may add their 2 cents in, so that the FDA has literally heard all of our voices. Learn where to communicate your opinions on gluten-free labeling and how this all came about. Continue reading “Gluten Free Labeling: FDA Reopens Commenting”