Monday, May 10, 2010

GLUTEN FREE GROCERY SHOPPING GUIDE

How often have you gone shopping for gluten-free foods, only to spend precious time reading long lists of ingredients on a product, stymied by some unknown entry and unable to find help with uninformed store staff? This little paperback, sent to us for review by Mattison & Mattison, may solve many a celiac's shopping problems. If you're a frugal shopper (and who isn't, nowadays?) you will be happy to know that you can find listings not only for national brands, but store brands of items as well.

If you search for chips, you will find ten pages of information on everything from Doritos to Trader Joe's. The seasoning and soup categories are equally extensive. If you're used to searching online for gluten-free information, you will be excused for being a bit skeptical of the old paper and ink way of exploring the world, but this book really does work.

It's totally portable, being a compact 4.5x6.5 inches, and so detailed it's hard to believe that this much info would fit in such a small package. The page layouts are clean and the type size easy to read, too.This is an excellent product, the perfect gift for any celiac you know. Available at Amazon.

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