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KNORR Launches Guide To Gluten-Free Accreditation

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KNORR Launches Guide To Gluten-Free Accreditation

KNORR Launches Guide To Gluten-Free Accreditation
May 02
09:39 2016

KNORR has teamed up with Coeliac UK, the national charity for people with coeliac disease, to release a kitchen guide for gluten-free food preparation. Offering operators step-by-step instructions on how to comply with gluten-free best practice, the guide also explains how to obtain Coeliac UK’s gluten-free (GF) accreditation, which can help to boost sales.

Sarah Sleet, Chief Executive of Coeliac UK, said: ‘It’s estimated that the catering industry is missing out on £100m  from people with coeliac disease and those with whom they dine out.

‘Not only does gluten-free accreditation reassure customers that an establishment’s food is safe, it also has a real impact on businesses’ bottom lines, too.’

KNORR marketing manager Leon Mills, added: ‘Last year, sales of gluten-free products hit £184m and the market is growing 15% year-on-year.

”We know that Coeliac UK’s GF symbol makes the majority of people feel safe to eat in a particular establishment, and as the demand grows, more and more businesses and manufacturers are gaining accreditation’.

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In addition to helping commercial caterers, the new guide also provides practical advice and examples for contract caterers within schools, care homes and workplaces.

UFS Phil Crop KNORR has created a host of new gluten-free recipes with Phil Vickery (pictured left). To download the free guide and recipes go to

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