#GlutenFree … Coeliac Awareness Week …

May 12, 2016

Since becoming Gluten Free I often find it difficult to locate good stockists of gluten free products or know what restaurants are safe to eat at.  As this week is Coeliac Awareness Week The Gluten Free Centre is aiming to try and make life that little bit easier by introducing a sticker scheme that rewards supermarkets, restaurants, cafes and other eating establishments with a sticker that can be placed in their window. 

Each sticker will be rewarded to demonstrate that the business has received positive reviews from the gluten free community on The Gluten Free Centre Website. The site is full of useful information and resources for thosw who have been diagnosed with coeliac disease and gluten intolerance.

co-founded the directory and explains the
idea behind the stickers.

“We are seeing so many people who are living a
gluten-free life adding reviews of places where they have been welcomed and
eaten great food and we wanted to reward those establishments with a
“Recommended on the Gluten Free Centre” sticker. This will help others who can
then go and eat at these recommended restaurants and cafés safe in the
knowledge that they can cater for their diet”

One of the reasons that I love the scheme is that it is 100% free to use. I know that I will be more inclinded to review places that I think are great knowing that everyone who uses the site will be able to see them!

Already there are 17 Glasgow businesses listed on the site so I really do reccomend that you check them out!


  • the3scribblers

    May 12, 2016 at 4:35 pm

    Learn something everyday! I didn't know there was a Coeliac Awareness week

  • Claire

    May 12, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    I love how many great coeliac-friendly products there are now – I think it's fantatsic that people are much more open to GF menus and ideas!

  • loulabeth ♡

    May 12, 2016 at 6:27 pm

    It's great to see more awareness being raised about Coeliac Disease x

  • Melanie Ed

    May 12, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    There are loads of productsfor those with coeliacs now in the supermarkets which is great.

  • Abi Abley

    May 13, 2016 at 2:38 am

    My husband is coeliac and I am intolerant to wheat so will have to check out the list for our area when we move back to England.

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