To mark Celiac Awareness Month, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, today announced changes that will result in more safe food choices for Canadians with celiac disease by approving “gluten-free” claims on specially produced oats and foods containing these oats.
With an ever-growing gluten-free market, these are the first products in Canada to be both an MSC certified and Gluten-free Certified breaded fish product.
Traditionally eaten in a sandwich, BBQ pulled pork blends in easily with various recipes. Having successfully obtained its gluten-free certification from the Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP), Olymel’s new BBQ pulled pork provides an opportunity for creativity, both on a plate and in a lunch box, thanks to its great versatility! Containing no preservatives, it is ready to eat and helps you avoid the hours of preparation and cooking that this dish usually requires.
Be sure to check out the Mayo Clinic’s Guide to Eating Gluten-Free available in stores now until February 27, 2015. This easy to read guide outlines such topics as Celiac Disease and Related Disorders, Reading Foods Labels, Restocking Your Kitchen, Cooking Without Gluten, Eating Away from Home and more.