The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness estimates that about three million Americans have celiac disease. Those diagnosed with celiac disease understand that the only “cure” for their debilitating symptoms is a very strict gluten-free diet. The good news for these consumers is that the number of gluten-free food products has grown tremendously in the last few years. And, the number of restaurants offering gluten-free menus is beginning to grow, too. “The bad news is ...

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