They've come from California, the Northwest, Colorado and even Canada to pitch restaurants on buying gluten-free products for everything from pizza crusts to cookies. There's Kim Reiniger, marketing manager of Kinnikinnick Foods Inc. of Edmonton, Canada, who said that with 10 percent to 12 percent of the population wanting gluten-free products it makes sound business sense to sell their company's products to restaurants. "It's a challenge for those who want a gluten-free ...
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