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Gluten free diets may be unnecessary for many, suggest researchers

Gluten free diets may be unnecessary for many, suggest researchers

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Nonceliac gluten sensitivity has become an increasingly prevalent diagnosis in the United States, but many Americans may needlessly be limiting their diets as there is no accepted definition of the condition, according to a commentary published in the Annals...

Gluten gives dough elasticity

Dispatches from the ADA 2011 conference

Miller mulls first foray into finished goods with gluten-free range

By Elaine Watson

One of the largest milling companies in the US is considering making its first foray into gluten-free finished goods after establishing a name for itself in the gluten-free flour and bakery mixes market.

FDA reopens comments on gluten-free labeling

FDA reopens comments on gluten-free labeling

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has reopened comments on its proposed thresholds for gluten traces in products labeled as gluten free – four years after it originally proposed the guidelines.

Senators urge FDA action on gluten-free labeling

Senators urge FDA action on gluten-free labeling

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

Two US Senators have sent a letter to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urging prompt action on gluten-free labeling laws, after a proposed rule on tolerable gluten thresholds for gluten-free foods has languished for more than four years.

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