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Some 'Gluten-Free' Foods Aren't Gluten-Free

A study by The University of Western Australia of foods labelled “gluten-free” — published this week in the Medical Journal of Australia — has found that some produced overseas do not comply with the Australian standard that requires GF-labelled foods to contain “no detectable gluten”. More »      
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