Coeliac disease may be trigged by exposure to an otherwise harmless virus that causes no other symptoms says new research. Published in the 7 April 2017 edition of Science journal, researchers from the...

A leading international health nutrition academic has dismissed any unsubstantiated claim that genetically modified wheat is a cause of obesity or illness. In a preview to his upcoming keynote speech to...

Abbott’s Village Bakery is now selling gluten free bread. Available in either Soy & Linseed or Mixed Seed varieties, Abbott’s Village Bakery says its gluten free bread is large in size and not...

Swedish researchers have discovered where and when a person is born can either increase or decrease their chances of developing Coeliacs disease. Published in Volume 101, Issue 8, of the Archives of Disease...

Sunny Queen Meal Solutions, the wholesale supplier arm of Sunny Queen which sells egg based meals and snacks, is now offering gluten-free options. The options include bubble and squeak, fritters, omelettes...

Gluten-free foods surge 63 per cent in last two years The gluten-free market in the US is estimated to reach sales of $8.8 billion in 2014 — an increase of 63 per cent between 2012 and 2014 —...

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...

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a new regulation defining the term ‘gluten-free’ for voluntary food labelling. The regulation was published 2 August 2013 in the Federal Register. The...

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...

Australian consumers have been turning to gluten-free products as of late, as gluten intolerances and allergies continue to be on the rise, and people turn to gluten-free products as a “healthier way...