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Frustrated in trying to find Gluten-Free Casein-Free Soy-Free (GFCFSF) Products in your grocery stores? Tired of calling food manufacturers and guessing on nutrition labels? Well, help is here! Introducing Cecelias Marketplace Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Grocery Shopping Guide! This easy to use 4.5" x 6.5" book lists thousands of gluten-free casein-free soy-free alphabetized products. Popular brands like Heinz, Kraft, Del Monte, Frito Lay, as well as supermarket chains, such as Kroger, Wal-Mart, Publix, Safeway, Whole Foods, and more. Just pick a product, look it up, and all the GFCFSF brands are at your fingertips. The book easily fits in one's purse or back pocket. Either take this book with you or make your grocery list before you leave the house. This guide is not only designed for people with celiac disease, autism, and gluten/casein/soy intolerance, but excellent for family members, friends, chefs, dietitians, or others that needs to prepare GFCFSF meals or learn about GFCFSF products. In addition, Cecelia's Marketplace Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Grocery Shopping Guide includes 'Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Kitchen Tips' which gives family members, friends or chefs specific tips on how to avoid contamination in the kitchen. This guide is a must have if you are eating a gluten-free, wheat-free, casein-free, lactose-free, milk-free & soy-free.

Frustrated in trying to find Gluten-Free Casein-Free Soy-Free (GFCFSF) Products in your grocery stores? Tired of calling food manufacturers and guessing on nutrition labels? Well, help is here! Introducing Cecelias Marketplace Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Grocery Shopping Guide! This easy to use 4.5" x 6.5" book lists thousands of gluten-free casein-free soy-free alphabetized products. Popular brands like Heinz, Kraft, Del Monte, Frito Lay, as well as supermarket chains, such as Kroger, Wal-Mart, Publix, Safeway, Whole Foods, and more. Just pick a product, look it up, and all the GFCFSF brands are at your fingertips. The book easily fits in one's purse or back pocket. Either take this book with you or make your grocery list before you leave the house. This guide is not only designed for people with celiac disease, autism, and gluten/casein/soy intolerance, but excellent for family members, friends, chefs, dietitians, or others that needs to prepare GFCFSF meals or learn about GFCFSF products. In addition, Cecelia's Marketplace Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Grocery Shopping Guide includes 'Gluten/Casein/Soy Free Kitchen Tips' which gives family members, friends or chefs specific tips on how to avoid contamination in the kitchen. This guide is a must have if you are eating a gluten-free, wheat-free, casein-free, lactose-free, milk-free & soy-free.

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  • PDF | 315 pages
  • Kal-Haven Publishing; 2010 Edition edition (2010)
  • Unknown
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  • Health, Fitness & Dieting

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  • By H on May 29, 2010

    This is one SUPER helpful shopping guide! Guide is conveniently organized by product category - brand - specific flavour/product name and is easy to manage while shopping. It definitely helps with scanning shelves to find product lines. Reading packaging labels is a real chore - especially with gluten, casein and soy allergens not consistently flagged. And buying food products only to find a sub-ingredient or the manufacturing process made it an unsafe purchase is expensive and disheartening. I found this surprisingly comprehensive, and includes supermarket brand products. There are some specialty foods that are not included, but it certainly has simplified the "better-research-that-before-you-swallow-it" process.


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