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How Does GFRAP Work?
The Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program (GFRAP) is a program of Gluten Intolerance Group of N.A. proudly serving over 1620 participating restaurants.
GFRAP restaurants consist of both independently owned and chain restaurants.
Each participating restaurant receives extensive publicity through the GFRAP website, www.glutenfreerestaurants.org, GIG publications and our gluten intolerant network, including over 50 Branch support groups across the United States.
GFRAP resources have been written under the auspices of a Registered Dietitian, who has been working with both chain and independent restaurants for over fourteen years, helping restaurants with food preparation, kitchen procedures, menu development, training and marketing to meet the needs of gluten intolerant diners.
GFRAP offers several levels of accreditation: Basic, Advanced, and the Gluten Free Food Service Accreditation Program (GFFS), each designed to fit the needs of the restaurant.
Gluten intolerant diners search our website, www.glutenfreerestaurants.org in six different ways to find suitable restaurants near home or on the road. They can access information about their chosen restaurants, and offer feedback for the GFRAP Team and other users of the website, after experiencing their gluten-free meal.
Enjoy dining confidently at GFRAP participating restaurants!
Restaurant owners/managers can take advantage of the benefits GFRAP offers by completing online application on the GFRAP website (“List Your Restaurant” tab), or contact us - 253-218-2957 or GFRAP@gluten.net. Channon Quinn, Director of Industry Programs can give you a price quote based on the needs of your establishment (Channon.Quinn@gluten.net; 253-218-2957).
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