Another day, another Cheerios story. In case you missed it, this week General Mills recalled 1.8 million boxes of Cheerios. The FDA reported that boxes included in the recall contained double the amount of gluten allowed under current labeling laws.
Read all about the Cheerios recall here.
2015 Gluten-Free Halloween Candy List
It’s almost Halloween! If you plan to enjoy some Halloween candy, be sure it’s gluten-free. Jane Anderson complies an AMAZING gluten-free candy list over at About.com. She recently updated the list for October 2015. Check out the list and always remember to always read labels! When in doubt, go without!
See the 2015 Gluten-Free Halloween Candy List here.
UPDATE: Here’s a Gluten-Free AND Dairy-Free Candy List from the folks at the Bay Area Allergy Advisory Board.
The Teal Pumpkin Project™ Enters It’s Second Year
You might notice Teal pumpkins popping up on porches this year. In 2014, the Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE) introduced a project aimed at helping food allergic kids enjoy a safe Halloween. Participants in the project place a teal pumpkin on display and have non-food items available for food allergic children (or any child requiring a non-food treat.)
Visit FARE’s site to learn how to participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project.
Cheryl’s Cookies Introduces Gluten-Free Product Line
Cheryl’s, a popular cookie company, announced a new line of gluten-free cookies and baked goods. GlutenFreeBaking.com reached out to Cheryl’s for more information on how the baked goods are handled.