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Celiac Sprue Association – Michigan, Resource Unit 2088

December 20th, 2009 by John Libonati


Aileen Rashott Midland MI USA 0 989 835 8747 rashott@chartermi.net


Marilyn Johnson, CSA State Coordinator Albuquerque NM USA 0 505-299-5283 marilynyi@comcast.net

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Gluten Free Gang

December 20th, 2009 by John Libonati

Mary Kay Sharrett 700 Children Drive Columbus OH USA 43205 614-722-3093 mksharrett@aol.com

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Austin Gluten-Free Friends

December 20th, 2009 by John Libonati

Kay Stence 5604 Southwest Pkwy. #3113 Austin TX USA 78735 512-442-4008 kstence@marykay.com www.austinscdfriends.com

Melba Tschirley Spokane WA USA 0 509-922-4366 bobnmelbatee@juno.com

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Celiac Sprue Association – Connecticut, New Haven #75

December 20th, 2009 by John Libonati

Donna DiLalla Shelton CT USA 0 203-926-0927 gnhcg@sbcglobal.net www.connceliac.com

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Celiac Disease Foundation – Nevada, Carson City

December 20th, 2009 by John Libonati

Roberta Jefferson Carson City NV USA 0 775-841-7877 robertajefferson@sbcglobal.net

Steve O,Connor Waco TX USA 0 254-399-0472 s88oconnor@sbcglobal.net

Sara Hinkle Charleston SC USA 0 843 402 1340 sara.hinkle@ropersaintfrancis.com

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Gluten free diet cards from Glutenfreeworks.com

July 31st, 2009 by John Libonati

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Glutenfreeworks.com has comprehensive gluten-free diet cards that lists unsafe foods and ingredients (including hidden) broken down by categories: whole grains & cereals, flours, thickeners, sweeteners, distilled spirits, fermented, cooked products, baked products, protein polymers, brewed, germ/bran and other.

Gluten-Free Diet Cards make dining out and shopping for groceries easy. These cards are perfect for eating out at restaurants or comparing ingredient labels when shopping for groceries. No more long explanations to waiters and managers. Just hand them the card. They’ll compare the ingredients to their recipes and let you know what you can have. No more wondering if an ingredient is safe or not when shopping. Just check it against your Gluten Free Works Diet Card. (Always call the company though if you’re unsure!)

The cards are 4″ by 3 1/2″ and fold to wallet size. See what they look like here. Gluten Free Diet Cards

They cost $6.50 for 5 cards, $30 for 25 cards, or $50 for 50 cards. Shipping is included in the price.

You can also get 5 free Gluten-free diet cards when you order a copy of Recognizing Celiac Disease.