Due to legitimate medical concerns like celiac disease and a belief that gluten-free eating is a healthier lifestyle, the interest in gluten-free foods and beverages continues to expand. For product designers developing grain-based products, it’s important to know which grains have the green light for gluten-free formulating.

March 5, 2014

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Where's the Gluten?

Due to legitimate medical concerns like celiac disease and a belief that gluten-free eating is a healthier lifestyle, the interest in gluten-free foods and beverages continues to expand. Packaged Facts has predicted the U.S. gluten-free market will continue growing to reach $6.6 billion in annual sales by 2017. For product designers developing grain-based products, it’s important to know which grains have the green light for gluten-free formulating.

Download this Infographic to see which grains are free of gluten.

To delve further into gluten-free formulating for a variety of food products, see “Gluten-Free Growth: Rethinking Reformulation,” and “The Joy of Gluten-Free Baking.”

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