As awareness of celiac disease continues to increase, the demand for gluten-free foods is expected to dramatically rise, according to a new report released by the Canadian Celiac Association and the Allergen Control Group. The “2016 Gluten-Free Stakeholder Update & Planning Session” report contains key findings, observations, and future plans, as discussed by stakeholders from across the food value chain. Though 1% of Americans are thought to have celiac disease, nearly 83% go undiagnosed. It is expected methods of accurate diagnosis will increase and, combined with increasing awareness spurred by marketing and activist consumer groups, will create new avenues of growth in the market. To download the complete report, go to http://gfstakeholdersession.com/#/.
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