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Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program
Gluten Intolerance Group of North America
31214-124th Ave SE
Auburn, WA 98092-3667
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How will your restaurant benefit from offering a gluten-free menu?
- Approximately 1 in 133 people have celiac disease. 3+ million require a totally gluten-free diet
- 15 million est. gluten intolerant consumers.
- 7 million wheat allergy consumers.
- 8% to 10% of the US population lives by a gluten-free diet
- Individuals requiring a gluten-free diet have expressed difficulty dining out due to the inability to find safe, gluten-free meals in restaurants.
- 96% gluten-free consumers are brand loyal.
- Individuals with celiac disease or other gluten intolerances enjoy dining with business associates, friends and family. Because of this, individuals following a gluten-free diet are often asked to select the restaurant.
We invite you to participate in the Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program in an effort to improve the quality of life for people eating gluten-free.
Levels of Participation chosen by GFRAP Restaurants:
The basic program level includes a complete packet of education and training materials, a review of the restaurant’s GF menus, and the assistance of a Resource Person to answer questions.
The advanced level includes basic level materials as well as intensive assistance in menu review by qualified nutrition experts.
The specialized level includes basic level materials, intensive assistance in menu review by qualified nutrition experts, and a comprehensive restaurant training program approved by GFRAP.
What Participating Restaurants Say About the Program:
"I am pleased to serve gluten-free selections, because the people who need them are so appreciative."
"With a little bit of care and slight modifications, cooking gluten-free is not so difficult!"
"I was skeptical at first, but having monitored the ordering of the gluten-free menu items, I find it has increased our business 8-10%."
"We started the process with two gluten-free entrees; now we have six gluten-free entrees, three appetizers, and two desserts. Ours is a patron driven menu."
"I am VERY happy with the GFRAP program. I have someone ordering gluten free every night! I was really surprised at the number of new customers this program brought in. It is great not to have to figure out all the information in the middle of a busy night - which foods the customers can eat and which they cannot. I will soon change all of my menus, so that they all have gluten-free selections. We recently added gluten-free pasta and beer."
"The other day I went to talk to some of my customers – a group of ten. They were from 200 miles away. Gluten-free people like to travel! They found us on the GFRAP website."
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of the Gluten Intolerance Group of NA (GIG), a program originally developed
by Westchester Celiac Sprue Support Group (NY). This website contains some
links to other web sites. The Gluten Intolerance Group of NA® is not responsible
for material on other web sites, and links from this site do not constitute
endorsements. The Gluten-Free Restaurant Awareness Program material has been
designed to be a general information resource. It is not intended for use
in diagnosis, treatment, or any medical application. Questions should be directed
to your physician or health care provider. This information is not warranted.
Neither the authors nor any group assumes any liability for the recommendations,
information, dietary suggestions, menus and recipes promulgated. Mention of
products, companies, or restaurants does not constitute endorsement by GFRAP
& GIG. Food and its preparation may vary from meal to meal, and GFRAP & GIG
cannot warranty that the food you receive is actually gluten-free. |