Posts Tagged ‘Foods’

 


the fresh market gluten free

The Fresh Market has embraced the growing gluten-free products category by introducing a private label gluten-free line and by adding shelf tags for all of the gluten-free products in the store. Additionally, they have added new gluten-free items to its selection of private brand products. From baking mixes to bread crumbs, all of their gluten-free private label products are certified by the Gluten Free Certification Organization.

They currently offer 25 private label gluten-free items and are working on expanding the selection: (more…)


gluten free new products

New gluten-free products have become quite common these days, which is definitely a good thing for those who eat gluten free. Listed below are some new gluten-free products that are creating a lot of ‘buzz’ in the gluten-free community.

These products should hit a store shelf in June/July: (more…)

The Best of G-Free Grab & Go

June 7th, 2013 by Cheryl Harris, MPH, RD, LD

gluten free kind barsI’m a huge fan of naturally gluten-free food. It’s usually healthier, usually cheaper, and IMHO, usually tastier, too. There are so many ways to go g-free quick and easy, and I highlighted a bunch in last month’s newsletter, with tips from a variety of gluten-free bloggers.

And yet…there are so many reasons packaged foods do come in handy from time to time, whether it’s because of job demands, travel, outdoor activities that prevent easy access or you just need to have something shelf-stable and portable in the car in case of emergency.

So…in honor of Celiac Disease Awareness month in May, I put together a list of healthier options among packaged products, with an eye out towards (more…)

Trish Deitemeyer

Appetite for Awareness 2012: Gluten-free Chefs Get Creative

October 22nd, 2012 by Trish Deitemeyer

Mouth Watering Marlin Tacos from Alma de Cuba

Besides the pasta, there were all kinds of interesting and delicious gluten-free foods at Appetite for Awareness. Caffe Gelato Restaurant and Catering, out of Newark, DE, was offering perfect crabcake morsels full of crabmeat while Rittenhouse Square’s Alma de Cuba was serving up mini marlin tacos. Chef Eric Paraskevas of Terra was plating up beautiful samples of his gluten-free pulled pork tostados and El Rey presented hungry attendees with mouth-watering (more…)

Jennifer Harris

Gluten-Free Finds at Expo East

October 2nd, 2012 by Jennifer Harris

Gluten Free Works Jennifer Harris

New gluten-free products flavor of Kale Chips from Brad’s Credit: Brad’s Raw Foods

I was not able to go to Expo East this year, so I have been researching blogs and tweets to see what gluten-free products got some buzz. After researching, I didn’t find a whole lot of new products that weren’t introduced earlier in the year at Expo West (sister show in California), but there were some interesting ones. (more…)

Jennifer Harris

Hide and Seek with Gluten: Where it Hides and how to Avoid it

September 26th, 2012 by Jennifer Harris

Every day those of us who are gluten intolerant or sensitive need to read labels and ask questions when it comes to food. Gluten pops up in unexpected places that sometimes even shock me, so it is never safe to assume a dish/product is safe. I have previously written about unexpected sources of gluten, so this article serves as a follow up.gluten free (more…)

John Libonati

9 Simple Steps for Successful Gluten-Free Shopping

September 24th, 2012 by John Libonati

Shopping for gluten-free foods can be inexpensive and fairly easy. Follow these nine steps for successful gluten-free shopping:

gluten free shopping1. Learn Naturally Gluten-Free Foods. Only foods containing wheat, barley, rye and oats contain gluten. All unprocessed meat, poultry, seafood, fish, eggs, dairy, vegetables, fruits, nuts, beans and grains like corn and rice are naturally gluten-free. This list of Safe Foods will help you.

2. Learn Gluten Code Words. Flour, rye and oat bran are obvious, but learn other names, like seitan, vegetable protein and malt, as well as common hiding spots, like sauces and coatings. Follow this helpful list of Hidden Ingredients.

3. Read Ingredient Labels Every Time. Ingredients can change. You may find a food you counted on for months now lists (more…)

Gluten Free Works Jennifer Harris

Gluten free travel foods mrs may's cashew crunch

Mrs. May’s Cashew Crunch is filling and slightly sweet. Photo: Mrs. May’s

When we went on our trip to Europe I wanted to be realistic about what gluten-free foods I brought with me. I didn’t want to be in a situation where I had little to no food options, but I also didn’t want to bring my entire pantry with me, so I managed the situation by packing my favorite ‘staple’ items that did not need refrigeration.

I don’t know about you, but I tend to eat totally differently when I am traveling than I do at home, so I pack items I know will keep me full between meals and in place of meals. I also pack something sweet because that is usually the (more…)

gluten free kinnikinnick

WOW!  That is the first word that comes to mind when I think about the new SOFT Breads and Buns from Kinnikinnick Why? Let me share the many reasons why I am a fan:

 

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The new Kinnikinnick breads are SUPER SOFT and REGULAR LOAF SIZE - check out how the Kinnikinnick loaf (pictured right) towers over another brand of gluten free bread.  Kinnikinnick Soft Products don’t require (more…)
Jennifer Harris

Gluten-Free Product Review: Dr. Schar’s Honeygrams

July 13th, 2012 by Jennifer Harris

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Dr. Schar Honey GrahamsThis Examiner was fortunate enough to receive a box of Dr. Schar’s newest product, Honeygrams, to try and review. One of my favorite snacks as a kid was graham crackers topped with peanut butter and I am happy to report that these graham crackers taste better than the wheat-based version of my youth.

Dr. Schar has created a graham cracker that has the perfect amount of (more…)