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New regulations for labeling Gluten Free Products

U.S. Gluten-Free Labeling Regulations

The new rules set the standard for labeling products if they contain more than 20 parts per million of gluten.

The labeling law assures consumers that all products labeled gluten-free will follow standard government guidelines. Food from manufacturers will be required to comply with the new regulation within one year.

Sweet 27 Gluten Free Bakery & Cafe

Sweet 27 is a gluten free bakery & cafe, there are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free cafes in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Sweet 27 and all gluten free facilities when you find them.

Gluten Free Bakery & Cafe – Sweet 27

Sweet 27 gluten-free cafe and bakery in Baltimore features a sinfully delicious menu, healthy, gluten-free, and affordable food. Their menu combines Asian cuisine with a variety of international flavors to create fabulously delicious meals. From gluten-free to vegan to cream cheese frosting, our cupcakes will make anyone’s mouth water. Everyday, they try to have different cupcake flavors to dance on your palate as well as a selection of gluten-free muffins, cookies, pies and cakes. They also offer an array of items available for catering.
Originating in Baltimore, Sweet 27 strives to support local businesses by using all-natural, local goodness whenever possible.

Sweet 27 gluten-free cafe and bakery
123 West 27th Street, Baltimore, MD
Phone 410 464 7211

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Controlling gluten

Controlling gluten in your food is difficult

Celiacs can control the food supply in their own home by reading labels and being careful what they buy and eat. A simple thing like dipping in the butter a second time when buttering toast, can leave bread crumbs in the butter. This may be all it takes to trigger an autoimmune reaction. Some Celiacs remove all the gluten from their homes and everyone eats gluten free, it is easier and safer that way.

Controlling the food at home is difficult, but when eating out a Celiac has no control over what is in the food. If gluten free food is ordered and the cook contaminates it with flour during preparation, Celiacs will become ill.

Restaurants are starting to become more aware of the problems Celiacs face and many restaurants can prepare gluten free food. The problem for Celiacs is finding those restaurants that can serve them safely. Travel can be especially difficult when one is not familiar with the restaurants in the area. Finding a restaurant is a simple thing for most people, but for a Celiac it can be a time consuming and frustrating experience. When most people travel they find a restaurant that looks good and stop to eat. When a Celiac wants to find a restaurant they stop and ask if the restaurant can serve gluten free food. Often this question is met with a blank stare from the server, so moving on is the only choice. When a restaurant says they can serve gluten free food a Celiac needs to decide if in fact they can. Usually this is done through a series of questions, if the answers seem reliable the decision may be to stay for a meal. If the food is contaminated with gluten, the Celiac is the one who suffers not the restaurant employees.

Pip’s Place Gluten Free Cakery

Pip’s Place is a gluten free bakery, there are not many gluten free bakeries or gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Pip’s Place Gluten Free Cakery and all gluten free bakeries and restaurants when you find them.

Pip’s Place Gluten Free Cakery


My daughter Olivia, who we nick-named Pippi when she was a little girl, was diagnosed with celiac disease when she was fourteen years old. Coming to grips with her new dietary restrictions was a challenge for Pip, but also for me as her mother.
As we learned together how to deal with her condition, I was inspired by her strength, determination and willingness to accept this new way of eating. I was determined that Olivia would not have to give up her favorites when it came to my baking. What ensued was a journey of discovery, as I learned to create wonderful recipes from gluten free ingredients. After just a short time on the new diet she commented to me, “Mom, do people really feel this good every day?” Success. Not only was she finally healthy and feeling well, she was doing so while continuing to enjoy her favorite baked treats. Eating gluten free is more than a diet – it is a way of life. Due to the risk of contamination, our entire house became a gluten free zone. With my new celiac-friendly recipes, Pip’s brothers. Drew and Bradley, didn’t know (or care) that all the baking in the house had become gluten free.
Olivia paid me a wonderful compliment before she left for college saying “with everything you baked for me, I have never felt deprived.” Pip’s Place is for Olivia and everyone like her with celiac disease or a gluten intolerance. You can safely enjoy homemade baking with confidence because there is no chance of cross contamination. At Pip’s Place, you can finally feel free to indulge again.

Pip’s Place is an upscale, gluten free bakery in NYC located on the. The cakery is dedicated to providing a safe haven for those with celiac disease or gluten allergies, where you can enjoy wonderful baked treats without the concern of cross contamination. Personal experience with celiac disease has fueled a passion to create fine desserts that everyone can enjoy, without sacrificing quality or taste. Pip’s Place has completed the Third Party Accreditation Process with the Gluten Free Food Accreditation program. Their unique blend of gluten-free ingredients, and a long process of trial and error, has allowed them to provide a wide range of delicious gluten free baked goods that are entirely indistinguishable from regular baked goods.

“Is that gluten free? Really?” is a common first response when their goods are sampled. Mmmmm …. is often the second.
Their goods are baked fresh daily on site with the finest ingredients, low fat where possible and never containing preservatives. Of course, a baked treat needs to be accompanied by a fine coffee or tea, and Pip’s Place offers a wide selection of both.

While Pip’s Place is a gluten free bakery in Manhattan and is dedicated to serving all those who use gluten free in NYC, they also provide shipping and delivery across North America.

Pip’s Place, 1729-31 First Avenue, New York, NY 10128 TEL. 212-360-6400
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100% Gluten Free Restaurant – Sweet27 Bar and Restaurant

Totally gluten free restaurants are difficult to find, the Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Sweet27 and all gluten free restaurants. If these businesses are supported by Celiacs more will open, and the ones that are here will continue to operate.

Sweet27 Bar and Restaurant – a 100% G F Restaurant

formerly Meet 27

The Restaurant

Bordering Remington and Charles Village on the corner of Howard and 27th Streets, Sweet27 is a neighborhood restaurant. Two custom-painted murals, and artwork by local artists create a warm and casual atmosphere and is perfect for a night out.

In addition to our colorful murals of Baltimore celebrities painted by MICA students, our tables are custom designed to resemble traditional farm tables. The tables are all made from reclaimed Brazilian Pine and the legs are made from pallet parts that originally came from the Federal Reserve.

Designed to accommodate all tastes, Sweet27 allows everyone enjoy their dinner whether carnivorous, gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and soy free, and go home with a happy stomach. Our chefs are constantly working to come up with new blasts of sophisticated taste, so eat well with a selection of local, all-natural, organic, and homemade foods.

With his background from Indian upbringing to life on a cruise ship and then restaurants all over the USA, Richard D’Souza brings a range of tastes from all over the globe. His career on 27th Street started years ago with the opening of Sweet Sin Bakery located next door to Sweet27.

Our menu IS 100 % gluten-free and we accommodate dairy free, soy-free diets.

127 west 27 th street, Baltimore, MD 21218
410 585 8121

Coquette’s Bistro & Bakery

Coquette’s is a gluten free bakery and a gluten free restaurant. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support Coquette’s.

Coquette’s Bistro & Bakery

Coquette’s is a gluten free restaurant and a gluten free bakery. They focus on crepes but offer wonderful breakfasts and fresh baked goods
Their products have the freshest organic and gluten-free ingredients to make a delicious dining experience.They also sell their gluten free flour.

Coquette’s Bistro and Bakery, 321 North Tejon, Colorado Springs,CO
Ph. 719.685.2420

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Dedicated Gluten Free Bakery – Mad Woman Gluten Free Bakeshop

A dedicated gluten free bakery means this bakery is dedicated to preparing gluten free food only. No products with gluten are used in the bakery. There should be very little risk of cross contamination in dedicated gluten free bakeries. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages the development of 100% gluten free restaurants and bakeries.

Mad Woman Gluten Free Bakeshop – A Dedicated Gluten Free Bakery

They specialize in baked goods that are both gluten and casein free for those on a GFCF diet. Their breads are not only gluten free but also dairy-free, egg-free, and vegan!

The retail location is a full-service bakery and a small market full of gluten-free products. It is a dedicated gluten-free facility!

Bread is usually the first thing people miss when going gluten free. Madwoman creates breads that are soft in the middle and crispy on the outside. Going the extra mile with our breads, we make most varieties not only gluten free but also dairy free, egg free, and vegan.

Madwoman has rolls, buns, cookies, brownies, cupcakes, teacakes, cakes, pies, scones, and a variety of other goodies to meet your bakery needs. They bake with almond meal to keep the carbohydrates and glycemic load low for diabetics and low-carb dieters and increase nutrient content.

Along with the baked goods, Madwoman also makes quiche, panini sandwiches, soup, meatballs, pizza, and Mad Meals to eat in or take home.

The market includes gluten-free products from all over the world.

Mad Woman Gluten Free Bakeshop, 4747 Nicollet Ave S, Minneapolis Ph: (612) 825-6680

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100% Gluten Free Restaurant – G. F. Cucina’s

The Celiac Restaurant Guide recommends and supports 100% gluten free restaurants. A 100% gluten free restaurant means the restaurant is dedicated to preparing only gluten free food. No products that contain gluten are used in the restaurant. There should be little risk of cross contaimination in these restaurants. G. F. Cucina’s is a 100% gluten free restaurant. There are not many gluten free restaurants in North America. The Celiac Restaurant Guide encourages you to support gluten free restaurants if you are lucky enough to have one in your area. If these restaurants are frequented by Celiacs more gluten free restaurants will open up, and the ones that are open now will continue to profit and operate in your community.

G. F. Cucina’s – a 100% Gluten Free Restaurant

In March of 2006 John and Mary, long time friends, were in Florida for a mutual friend’s wedding. The day after the wedding all the guests were invited to the bride and groom’s house for a barbecue. John, who has a passion for cooking, manned the grille all day. A year later, Mary, who has celiac disease, remembering John’s “love of food” approached him about joining forces to open a 100% gluten free restaurant. The work of adapting old family recipes to be gluten free started and on May 13, 2008 G. F. Cucina’s Italian Bistro opened its doors for business.

At G. F. Cucina’s you will enjoy 100% gluten free dining. Choose from lasagna, eggplant parmesan, stuffed peppers, to pizza, calzones, chicken wings, fresh baked goods and more! A children’s menu is also available. Only the freshest of ingredients and all the dishes are made entirely from scratch.
In addition to dining in, G.F. Cucina’s offers take-out, special order baked goods and party/event trays and shipping of frozen products.

G. F. Cucina’s aims to be a cornerstone in the community creating a neighborhood atmosphere where customers feel comfortable and become instant regulars. They cater to the Celiac population and health conscious consumers for delicious, comfort food made entirely from scratch. Delicious food minus the gluten, not the flavor.

G.F. Cucina’s has completed the requirements to qualify for the Celiac Sprue Association’s Recognition Seal Program. The use of the CSA five crossed grain Seal on menu items means that G.F. Cucina’s has agreed to adhere to CSA’s standards.

G. F. Cucina’s 37867 Mound Road, Sterling Heights, Michigan Telephone: 586-276-1200

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