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Feeding the gluten-free craze


January 5, 2009
By The Lansing State Journal

Jan. 5, 2009 – The gluten-free market is getting competive, with a growing number of businesses selling products aimed at celiacs – people who have difficulty digesting gluten, a protein found in
wheat, rye and barley.

Jan. 5, 2009 – The gluten-free
market is getting competitive, with a growing number of businesses
selling products aimed at celiacs – people who have difficulty
digesting gluten, a protein found in
wheat, rye and barley.

One of them is A Piece O'Cake bakery in East Lansing, Mich., where
gluten-free hamburger and hot dog buns, pizza dough and cookies are
made as well as award-winning designer wedding cakes.

Kelly
Kobus, owner of A Piece O'Cake, said gluten-free businesses are booming
as the public becomes more aware of celiac disease and the dietary
needs of its patients. | FULL STORY

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