Would you try it?
This is exciting. The same company worked with Purdue University and put in a food stand at Ross-Aide Stadium with gluten free options. Hope the same happens at UW!
National Foundation for Celiac Awareness Offers Free Toolkit in Honor of Celiac Awareness Month
Gluten-intolerant donuts fans rejoice: Dunkin’ Donuts is working on a gluten-free donut. For real.
What worries doctors is that the problem seems to be growing. After testing blood samples from a century ago, researchers discovered that the rate of celiac appears to be increasing. Why is another mystery. Some blame the wheat, as some varieties now grown contain higher levels of gluten, because gluten helps provide the springy inside and crusty outside desirable in bread. (Blame the artisanal bakers.)
A settlement stemming from a lack of gluten-free foods available to students at a Massachusetts university could serve as a precedent for people with other allergies or conditions, including peanut sensitivities or diabetes. Institutions and businesses subject to the Americans With Disabilities Act could be open to lawsuits if they fail to honor requests for accommodations by people with food allergies.