Sanitarium launches Gluten Free Weet-Bix in Australia with sorghum One of Australia’s topselling breakfast cereals, Weet-Bix, is now available in a gluten free variety, with the launch of Gluten Free...

New discovery of molecule could lead to treatment for coeliac disease A key molecule that could lead to new therapies for people with coeliac disease, an often painful and currently untreatable autoimmune...

Quinoa, Image by blairing media, used under Creative Commons license Adding quinoa to the gluten-free diet of patients with Coeliac Disease is well-tolerated and does not exacerbate the condition, according...

Rawsome adds new ‘raw treats’ to its range Australian raw food manufacturer Rawsome has released two new product lines for 2014, adding to its range of sweet treats. Made without any cooking or baking...

Patients with non-coeliac wheat sensitivity (NCWS) and other food sensitivities showed clinicial, laboratory and historical characteristics suggesting they may be suffering from a non-IgE-mediated –...

A new filter for the FoodSwitch mobile phone app, called GlutenSwitch, has been launched to help Australians with coeliac disease or a gluten intolerance make more informed choices. The new GlutenSwitch...

New biochemical evidence shows that the cereal grain sorghum is a safe food for people with coeliac disease, according to new research published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. The new...

The market for gluten-free products has been continuously growing, however, a new vaccine for celiac disease and serious criticism of over-marketing of gluten free products are threatening to spoilt the...

Kellogg Company has announced that it will commence US sales of a gluten free version of its popular Rice Krispies breakfast cereal, known in Australia as Rice Bubbles. “Kellogg is pleased to announce...

Australia’s largest free-range chicken producer Lilydale has launched its first processed meat products, with their new premium gluten-free sausage range. The gourmet sausages are available in two...