- November 4, 2015
Gluten Free Watchdog Position Statement on Oats
- October 31, 2015
Allergen Control Group welcomes Eurofins as an approved third party auditing company.
- October 2, 2015
Brand Owners and Manufacturers Learn More about Successfully Implementing Gluten-Free Certification Standards.
Holy Crap Plus Gluten Free Oats Is The First Product With Oats In Canada To Carry The Gluten-Free Certification Program TrademarkJuly 8, 2015
Health Canada Allows Restricted Declarations on Gluten-Free Products Containing Oats.
PARTNERS® Free for All Kitchen™ Gluten-Free Crackers and Brownie Thins Are Produced To Meet the Strict Requirements of the Gluten-Free Certification ProgramJune 26, 2015
Free for All Kitchen Crackers Are Gluten-Free, Non-GMO and made with 5 ancient grains.
- June 24, 2015
Allen Rekunyk Joins the Gluten-Free Certification Program in the Role of Vice President, Business Development
Organic Works Bakery Specializes In Recipes Made With Organic, Gluten-Free, Nut Free And Vegan Ingredients That Tantalize The Palate And Make Your Tummy Feel Fantastic.June 15, 2015
Organic Works daily selection of breads, cookies and other delicious treats now carry the Gluten-Free Certification Program Trademark!
Olymel L.P., A Canadian Leader in Pork & Poultry Products Has Launched More Than 50 Gluten-Free Options Under the Olymel, Lafleur and Flamingo Brands.June 15, 2015
Olymel L.P. Brands now carry the GFCP trademark displaying to consumers that their products are safe, reliable and gluten-free.
Olymel s.e.c., un chef de file dans la transformation de porc et de volaille lance plus de 50 produits sans gluten sous les marques Olymel, Lafleur et Flamingo.June 5, 2015
Les produits Olymel L.P. affichent maintenant la marque de commerce GFCP (Programme de certification sans gluten) indiquant aux consommateurs que leurs produits sont sûrs, fiables et sans gluten.
- June 5, 2015
The Gluten-Free Certification Program (GFCP) and Canadian Celiac Association (CCA) are proud to speak to Health Canada’s recent announcement now allowing gluten-free oats to be marketed, in Canada.