PatsyPie Gluten-Free Bakery’s Winning Formula Now Includes GFCP Mark from Canadian Celiac AssociationJune 18, 2013
PatsyPie Gluten-Free Bakery’s winning formula has long combined artisan baking with unsurpassed taste and texture, going so far as to taste-test its products on people who don’t normally eat gluten-free. Now the PatsyPie brand comes with an added assurance of safety, too, with the newly acquired GFCP mark from the Canadian Celiac Association.
WOW! Factor Desserts Announce Receiving their GFCP Certification at The Canadian Celiac Association’s Annual ConferenceJune 13, 2013
A new line of great tasting gluten-free products from WOW! Factor Desserts was launched during the CCA’s annual conference in Toronto. These delicious products are newly certified by the Canadian Celiac Association’s Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) and can be found being served at many major restaurant establishments across Canada and the United States.
New All But Gluten™ Celebrates Receiving the Canadian Celiac Association’s Gluten-Free Certification MarkMay 8, 2013
All But Gluten™ – a new line of great tasting gluten-free bakery products from Weston Bakeries is being launched during Celiac Awareness Month and can be found in the fresh bakery section of major retail stores across Canada. These products are certified by the Canadian Celiac Association’s Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) and the GFCP Mark ...
- March 20, 2013
Allergen Control Group welcomes food industry expert Christiane Chabot to the GFCP team.
Loblaw Launches Line of President’s Choice® Gluten-Free Foods, Certified by the Canadian Celiac Association’s Gluten-Free Certification ProgramDecember 13, 2012
Available in the bakery department at select Loblaw banner stores across the country.
The Canadian Celiac Association adds the President’s Choice® Brand to Their Gluten-Free Certification ProgramDecember 12, 2012
#1 brand in Canada provides shoppers with added confidence when purchasing gluten-free baked goods.
- March 6, 2012
Gluten-free is gaining mainstream status. It’s no longer just for those with celiac disease.