Gluten Free Library opens, invites manufacturer contributions

Gluten Free Library opens, invites manufacturer contributions

Gluten Free Library invites suppliers, manufacturers and all interested parties to send details of products and services to this new compendium of all things gluten, wheat, lactose, soy and dairy free. 

The Gluten Free Library is opening its service on Aug. 31 and is inviting suppliers, manufacturers and all interested parties to join GFL by sending details of products, services and interesting content for the forthcoming News Page and to browse in and contribute to this new search engine library offering a compendium and archive service of all things gluten, wheat, lactose, soy and dairy free.

The Gluten Free Library is the first UK library of its genre offering a unique connective service located in one place at an extremely affordable cost.

The concept of offering a web-based compendium library specializing in dietary problems and allergies sprang to fruition after one of the GFL founder’s battled with a 25-year journey with celiac disease. Because of their personal involvement, many difficulties experienced with allergies and much time consumed sourcing good-quality, wholesome and nutritious gluten-free products, the GFL scribes say they have learned that there is more to gluten free than just rice, potato and tabioca flour mixes and that its easy “only if you know where to look,” which will be in the gluten free library.

The gluten free library concept is unique, and the scribes believe it will offer an excellent service of eclectic compendia of information connecting all interested parties that have something special to offer or say about all things gluten, wheat, lactose, soy and diary free.

The GFL scribes said that they “envisage a really hands-on interactive library” that they will launch on Aug. 31, 2012, and although it is still in its infancy and still in the process of filling up the library ‘shelves’ with contributions and information, they are passionate about what the gluten free library will develop into, offering more and more connections.

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