Friday, August 16, 2013

Gluten Free Buzz (11)

Hello everyone. This weekend is a special one for us, we're celebrating our youngest son's first birthday. Looking forward to the special gluten free cake we ordered! Hope your weekend is great. Here are the latest gluten free and Celiac headlines.

I posted in the past about a gluten free camp for children in Eastern Canada, but today I learned about some out West. The Western Producer offers more information.

Barilla is launching a new line of gluten free pasta. More at Huliq.

The Wine Spectator answers a question about wine and gluten. This was of particular interest to me, I'm not gonna lie ;)

Speaking of gluten and wine, Siduri Wines are going to begin testing for gluten. 4-Traders explains why, and which wines will be tested.

Aldi's, the discount retailer, has recently introduced a gluten free line of food in the UK. The Grocer provides details.

Gluten Free Buzz is a collection of headlines I find relevant or interesting. It is not a link exchange, and I don't receive any compensation for linking to news or other sites. It is for information purposes only.


  1. I would have loved for my daughter to go to Camp Silly Yak here in Nova Scotia. However, the cost of the week-long camp is very high.
    We are very fortunate that she is able to go to "normal" camps though. She spent a week at Guide camp this summer, and while she ended up being the only one there on a gluten free diet (the other girl went home), she had no issues. This week she is at Choir Camp, and with the number of kids there, I'm sure she isn't the only one.

    1. It is unfortunate that so many specialty camps are out of reach for parents. It's good to hear that your daughter is thriving at her camp, and that you don't hold her back from having these experiences!

      Thank you so much for reading the blog.