A historic day for glutenfree eaters

A historic day for gluten-free eaters

After years of waiting, educating and pestering, gluten-free consumers rejoiced today when the FDA issued its long-awaited standards for gluten-free labeling.

At long last, this morning the FDA issued its final ruling that defines “gluten-free.” Under the new regulation, a food must contain less than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten in order to carry a gluten-free label.

That means any gluten-free food claim, including language such as “without gluten,” “free of gluten” and “no gluten,” must meet

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