As most of you have heard by now, Subway began testing out a gluten-free bun and brownie in Dallas-Fort Worth and Tyler/Longview, TX on January 10th. This development at Subway warranted an article on CNN Health where you can see photos of both the bun and the brownie.
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Mrs. Richardson’s dessert toppings make a fantastic gluten-free addition to any bowl of ice cream. Top with some Cool Whip, nuts and a cherry and you have yourself a sundae. Ice cream in the winter? Of course!
Last December this Examiner put together a wish list for restaurants of gluten-free items we would love to see added to their menus. Now it seems only appropriate as it is the beginning of 2011 to put together a wish list of gluten-free retail products we would like to see hit grocery store shelves.
My best advice for a new gluten-free company is to create something that is unique and stay away from Read More »
Rich Products, a food service business serving colleges and universities, schools from kindergarten through 12th grade and restaurants, had a busy 2010 with projected revenues of $2.9 billion. A report in Business First shows how 2011 should be even busier, with more than $3 billion in revenues due to acquisitions and expansions. Gluten-free products are expected to play a part.
Rich Products is based in Buffalo with 1,300 local employees. The company has operations in over 100 countries. It expects to expand by about 10 percent annually in China and is moving into new markets like Turkey and could grow in the Philippines and Indonesia.
The company is coming out with a new line of gluten free products here in North America. According to the Rich Products website, the products include:
GLUTEN-FREE ITALIAN ROLLS – BAGS (06142)
Gluten-free Italian sandwich rolls that taste great and have a moist, tender texture. Packaged in resealable bags of 8, 4.4 oz unit weight
It is so fun to pass on all the new information learned about gluten-free products, shopping and dining. The list below reflects what this Examiner learned over the last week.
- Thanks go out to The Crispy Cook for compiling a list of gluten-free blogs with links to each one. After reviewing the list, this Examiner discovered a number of blogs to check out and is excited to see what they have to offer.
Here are 20 gift ideas for gluten-free cooks including useful and unusual kitchen gadgets, fun gifts for gluten-free kids in the kitchen, high-quality gluten-free ingredients and new gluten-free cookbooks for the cookbook addicts on your list. And all the gift ideas cost less than $20!
Kitchen Gadgets for Gluten-Free Cooks
- Pizza Pan Set
Make thin and crispy or deep dish gluten-free pizza with this 3-piece pan set which includes a pizza wheel for cutting your delicious homemade gluten-free pizza.Recipe for Gluten-Free Pepperoni Pizza
- Holiday Pancake Molds
Gluten-free kids love eating reindeer, snowman and elf shaped pancakes during the holidays. Read More »
The holidays are the busiest time of year regardless of which holiday you celebrate. The hustle & bustle in the stores is enough to drive even the sanest person running to the closest mental institution. There just never seems to be enough time to get everything done.
Getting enough of the nutrients we need is the most important component of getting well and staying healthy. If the foods in our diet are deficient, then we must turn to supplements to make up the difference.
But what do the ingredient labels mean? What are the correct amounts we should be taking? Do vitamins really expire?
This was my first trip to Expo East and it was like being a kid in a gluten-free candy store. Since there is such a focus on gluten-free products, we were literally tripping over the many vendors who had just launched a gluten-free product or had added one to their existing line.
Some of my greatest gluten-free finds are listed below in no particular order:
It’s been awhile since there has been a gluten-free item of the week but the Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Butter is just too good to go unnoticed.
October and November are known for many delicious pumpkin treats: pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, and pumpkin cookies which all normally contain wheat gluten. But thanks to Trader Joe’s, you can get into the festive spirit by spreading a little pumpkin butter on your favorite gluten-free items – from gluten-free Read More »